The bowl on the left collects drips. The umbrella above your bed deflects those drips so that they land in the bowl and not on your head. The hole in the roof may let in rain but at least it gives you a nice clear view of the stars in the sky. You have found a way to make the most of a challenging situation. You are secure within this arrangement. Do you really want to trade it for the stress and uncertainty of moving house? A dryer, safer, more supportive arrangement awaits you. Don't fear it.Dude. New roof. No drips.
Many critics consider Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) to be one of the 20th century's best composers. He is most famous for "Bolero," an orchestral piece that was originally written as the accompaniment for a ballet. The stimulus that served as Ravel's major inspiration for "Bolero" was a visit to a cacophonous steel mill. He's your role model for the coming week, Taurus. I foresee you drawing creative excitement from events that are rife with noise and commotion. May your messy encounters lead you to produce great work, interesting surprises, or both.Messy encounters... I think I have to pay money for those, don't I?
Beware of manipulationsI might strain my current relationship. Yak hair on a mothball, this one's so far off the mark I don't know what to make of it.
A troublesome effect of this influence is that you may feel insecure about your loved one and suddenly become excessively jealous or possessive. This is a passing effect, but it can create misunderstandings. During this time, you may also be completely fascinated and infatuated with a new lover, but be careful. You may be under the influence of powerful subconscious drives triggered by the encounter that have nothing to do with the real potential of the relationship. In an existing relationship, do not use love to manipulate your partner. There is a strong tendency to use jealousy, guilt or other negative emotions to control your partner's actions. This can lead only to negative reactions that may eventually weaken the relationship.
Also: this quiz is pretty much über-fluff. Some of the questions I didn't really have answers that fit into their categories, so I took it three different times with only one answer changed between them.
|You Are a Liberal for Life|
You've got a bleeding heart - and you're proud of it.
For you, liberal means being compassionate, pro-government, and anti-business.
You believe in equality for every person, and you consider yourself universally empathetic.
Helping others is not just political for you ... it's very personal too.
|You Are a Conservative Democrat|
Frankly, the way most other Democrats behave embarasses you greatly.
You pride yourself on a high level of morals, and you have a good grasp on right and wrong.
It's likely you think America needs to get back to its conservative, Juedo-Christian values.
Why aren't you a Republican then? Because you believe the goverment helps more than hurts.
|You Are a Capitalist Republican|
Money makes your world go round - and it's no surprise that you always vote your wallet.
You're financially successful (or plan to be), and your agenda is low tax and pro business.
You don't get fired up about abortion... but mention capital gains tax, and you go crazy.
You want government to be as small as possible - and to stay out of the way of business.