* UNPREDICTABLE

anonymous asked:

what placements make someone hard to read? I find people telling me this more and more often. Thanks!!

- Ascendant in Capricorn/Scorpio/Virgo/Pisces/Aquarius/Libra
- Sun/Venus in Capricorn/Scorpio/Virgo/Pisces/Aquarius/Sagittarius
- Moon in Capricorn/Scorpio/Pisces/Aquarius/Sagittarius/Cancer
- Saturn/Neptune in the 1st/3rd/4th/7th/10th/11th house
- Pluto in the 1st/3rd/4th/7th/10th/11th/12th house
- Water/Saturn/Neptune/Pluto dominance
- Water / 12th house stellium

Canciones de 5sos que me recuerdan a los signos💕

Aries: She’s kinda hot “Algunas veces, siento como que me vuelvo loco, mi vecino me dijo que estoy mal de la cabeza, pero sin embargo, estoy bien. (Sin embargo estamos bien) Sí, sin embargo, estamos bien. (Sin embargo, estamos bien) Porque somos los reyes y las reinas de la nueva escena rota Y estamos bien, sí.“ Tauro: English love affair “Cuando las luces se apagan, ella es en todo lo que pienso.  La imagen arde en mi cerebro; besándonos en la lluvia.  No me puedo olvidar de mi amor Inglés Hoy, estoy a siete mil millas de distancia;  La película en mi cabeza de su cama tamaño rey Significa que no puedo olvidar a mi amor Inglés”

Géminis: Good girls “Cada noche ella estudia duro en su cuarto, al menos eso es lo que sus padres creen. Ella se desliza por la ventana para estar con su novio Esto fue lo que me dijo cuando la pillé: Ella me dijo, olvida lo que pensaste porque las chicas buenas son chicas malas que no han sido descubiertas Entonces sólo date la vuelta y olvida lo que viste porque las chicas buenas son chicas malas que no han sido descubiertas”  Cáncer: Safety Pin “Tirando piedras a su ventana rota Sólo tu puedes curar mi enfermedad Elevemonos al dedo de en medio Porque todos piensan que estamos retorcidos Una vez me dieron un poco de gusto Ahora soy adicto a tu arreglo Oh sí esta vez, quizás esta vez Dos errores hacen un acierto Haremos un código de seguridad, las piezas de nuestros corazones rotos de nuevo juntos Remendaremos todos los agujeros hasta que ambos nos sintamos mucho mejor Las cosas eliminados están realmente muertas, así que ahora diré las cosas que nunca dije” Leo: Just saying “Tienes un novio y él es un total perdedor, Todos tus amigos te dicen que él no tiene futuro, pero a ellos les gusto… Sólo digo A penas y te lleva afuera Y si lo hace llega tarde Y cuando llega la cuenta él siempre te hace pagar Yo nunca haría eso… sólo digo Tú deberías dejarlo porque realmente me da asco… Sólo digo, Sólo digo Tú no lo necesitas, Te ayudaré a superarlo… Sólo digo” Virgo: Invisible "Días perdidos, sueño con los momentos que sé no puedo repetir. Parece que perdí la pista. Observo mientras todos los colores de la vida parecen tornarse gris Simplemente me marché” Libra: She looks so perfect "Si llego con un pasaje de avión Y un brillante anillo de diamantes con tú nombre en él ¿Te escaparías conmigo también? Porque todo lo que realmente quiero eres tú” Escorpio: Wrapped Around Your Finger “Arrojando piedras a tu ventana en la medianoche Me conociste en tu patio esa noche A la luz de la luna lucías como un ángel disfrazado Mi vida entera parecía una postal Fuiste mía por una noche Estaba enloquecido Fuíste mía por una noche Ya no sé cómo decir adíos” Sagitario: Long way home "Así que estamos tomando el camino largo a casa Porque no quiero estar gastando mi tiempo solo Quiero perderme y conducir por siempre Hemos estado hablando de nada, sí, de lo que sea, cariño Así que estamos tomando el largo camino a casa, esta noche.” Capricornio: Disconnected “Me gusta la lluvia de verano Me gustan los sonidos que haces Ponemos el otro lado del mundo Estamos tan desconectados. Tú eres mi escapada Eres mi lugar favorito Ponemos el otro lado del mundo Sí, estamos tan desconectados” Acuario: Unpredictable “Me tomó tanto el convencerte, Sabía que debía mostrarte mis colores Nunca quisiste ser rescatada, Pero ahora nos alejamos. Podemos correr por la calle Con las estrellas en nuestros ojos Podemos destrozar esta cuidad En lo oscuro de la noche Sólo abre la puerta, Tenemos al tiempo de nuestro lado Podemos salir con vida Hey! estamos tomando el mundo Te llevaré a dónde tú quieras ir Te recogeré si te desarmas Déjame ser único que te salve. Rompe los planes que antes tuvimos Seamos impredecibles Te recogeré si te desarmas Déjame ser único que te salve” Piscis: Heartbreak girl “Te dedico esta canción, a la única que no puede ver la verdad. Que yo puedo hacer desaparecer tu dolor, chica del corazón roto. Manten los dados directamente a través de la luz del día. Estoy justo aquí, ¿Cuándo te darás cuenta de que soy tu cura, chica del corazón roto?“

‘Why do you appear to put down marriage and yet tell people to get married?’

To me, marriage is a dead thing. It is an institution, and you cannot live in an institution; only mad people live in institutions. It is a substitute for love.
Love is dangerous: to be in love is to be in a storm, constantly. You need courage and you need awareness, and you have to be ready for anything. There is no security in love; love is insecure.
Marriage is a security: the registry office, the police, the courts are behind it. The state, the society, the religion—they are all behind it. Marriage is a social phenomenon. Love is individual, personal, intimate.
And nobody knows where love will lead. It is just like a cloud—moving with no destination. Love is a hidden cloud, whereabouts unknown. Nobody knows where it is at any moment of time. Unpredictable—no astrologer can predict anything about love. About marriage?—astrologers are very, very helpful; they can predict.
Man has created marriage because man is afraid of the unknown.
On all levels of life and existence, man has created substitutes: for love there is marriage; for real religion there are sects—they are like marriages. Hinduism, Mohammedanism, Christianity, Jainism—they are not real religion. Real religion has no name; it is like love.
But because love is dangerous and you are so afraid of the future, you would like to have some security. You believe more in insurance companies than in life. That’s why you have created marriage.
Marriage is more permanent than love. Love may be eternal, but it is not permanent. It may continue forever and forever, but there is no inner necessity for it to continue. It is like a flower: bloomed in the morning, by the evening gone. It is not like the rock.
Marriage is more permanent; you can rely on it. In old age it will be helpful. It is a way to avoid difficulties, but whenever you avoid difficulties and challenges you have avoided growth also.
Married people never grow. Lovers grow, because they have to meet the challenge every moment—and with no security. They have to create an inner phenomenon. With security you need not bother to create anything; the society helps.
Marriage is a formality, a legal bondage. Love is of the heart; marriage is of the mind.
That’s why I am never in favor of marriage.

But the question is pertinent, relevant, because sometimes I tell people to get married.
Marriage is a hell, but sometimes people need it. What to do? So I have to tell them to get into marriage. They need to pass through the hell of it, and they cannot understand the hell of it unless they pass through it.

I am not saying that in marriage love cannot grow; it can grow, but there is no necessity for it.
I am also not saying that in love marriage cannot grow; it can grow, but there is no necessity, no logical necessity in it.
Love can become marriage, but then it is a totally different kind of marriage: it is not a social formality, it is not an institution, it is not a bondage.
When love becomes marriage it means two individuals decide to live together—but in absolute freedom, non-possessive of each other.
Love is non-possessive; it gives freedom.
When love grows into marriage, marriage is not an ordinary thing. It is absolutely extraordinary. It has nothing to do with the registry office. You may need the registry office also, the social sanction may be needed, but those are just on the periphery; they are not the central core of it. In the center is the heart, in the center is freedom.
And sometimes out of marriage love can grow, but it rarely happens. Out of marriage love rarely happens. At the most, familiarity. At the most, a certain kind of sympathy, not love. Love is passionate; sympathy is dull. Love is alive; sympathy is just so-so, lukewarm.

But why do I tell people to get married? When I see that they are after security, when I see that they are after social sanction, when I see they are afraid, when I see that they cannot move into love if marriage is not there, then I tell them to go into it—but I will go on helping them to go beyond it. I will go on helping them to transcend it.
Marriage should be transcended; only then real marriage happens. Marriage should be forgotten completely.
In fact the other person you have been in love with should always remain a stranger and never should be taken for granted. When two persons live as strangers, there is a beauty to it, a very simple, innocent beauty to it. And when you live with somebody as a stranger…
And everybody is a stranger. You cannot know a person. Knowledge is very superficial; a person is very profound. A person is an infinite mystery. That’s why we say everybody carries a god within. How can you know a god? At the most you can touch the periphery. And the more you know about a person, the more humble you will become—the more you will feel that the mystery is untouched. In fact the mystery becomes more and more deep. The more you know, the less you feel that you know.
If lovers are really in love, they will never reduce the other person to a known entity; because only things can be known—persons never. Only things can become part of knowledge. A person is a mystery—the greatest mystery there is.
Transcend marriage. It is not a question of legality, formality, family—all that nonsense. Needed, because you live in a society, but transcend; don’t be finished at that.
And don’t try to possess a person. Don’t start feeling that the other is the husband—you have reduced the beauty of the person into an ugly thing: husband. Never say that this woman is your wife—the stranger is no longer there; you have reduced it to a very profane level, to a very ordinary level of things. Wives and husbands belong to the world. Lovers belong to the other shore.
Remember the sacredness and holiness of the other. Never impinge on it; never trespass it.
A lover is always hesitant. He always gives you space to be yourself. He is grateful; he never feels that you are his possession. He is thankful that sometimes in rare moments you allow him your innermost shrine to enter and to be with you. He is always thankful.
But husbands and wives are always complaining, never thankful—always fighting. And if you watch their fight it is ugly. The whole beauty of love disappears. Only a very ordinary reality exists: the wife, the husband, the children, and the day-to-day routine. The unknown no longer touches it. That’s why you will see dust gathers around—a wife looks dull, a husband looks dull. Life has lost meaning, vibrancy, significance. It is no longer a poetry; it has become gross.
Love is poetry. Marriage is ordinary prose, good for ordinary communication. If you are purchasing vegetables, good; but if you are looking at the sky and talking to God, not enough—poetry is needed.
Ordinary life is proselike. A religious life is poetrylike: a different rhythm, a different meter, something of the unknown and the mysterious.
I am not in favor of marriage. But don’t misunderstand me—I am not saying to live with people unmarried. Do whatsoever the society wants to be done, but don’t take it as the whole. That is just the periphery; go beyond it.

And I tell you to get married if I feel that this is what you need. In fact if I feel that you need to go in hell I would allow you—and push you—to go in hell, because that is what you need, and that is how you will grow.

—  Osho
Atomic Blonde


So I went to see Atomic Blonde last night…and I loved it!

Here’s why:

The fight scenes were realistic. No one was knocked out with one hit, they were out of breath, staggering,there was blood and they were bruised.
Charlize Theron did like 95% of the fight scenes herself. How awesome is that? And I thought her performance was amazing, she fits the role and is easily my top favourite actress.

Unpredictability. It is so hard for me to watch a movie and not be able to predict the ending within ten minutes of watching it. But I left the theater genuinely surprised. 

All the 80s music.

I love a good spy movie. I mean, they don’t have a lot of those anymore. I think that Atomic Blonde brought something different to the genre. Also having a female lead that pounded out the bad guys, but was also shown as a human being with emotions, and a past, and secrets.

She wasn’t there to be this level-headed spy with a constant straight face, there were scenes where she was scared, where she was heartbroken-not sobbing-but obviously hurt and upset. Even during the fight scenes she didn’t have complete control over her emotions. Like I mentioned before- she was out of breath, in physical pain and you could see it. She couldn’t always expect with exact precision when her opponents would turn the corner, she had to actually wait, listen, use her skills and whatever weapon she could find to her advantage.

 
The only bad thing I would have to say about this movie is that the pace seemed to lull sometimes. It could have been picked up a bit and it would have been perfect. 


Anyway, Atomic Blonde-loved it, would definitely watch it again.