A comprehensive list of what each house in the Astrology Zodiac represents

Self Expression
Attitude in Life
Persona to face the world
Self Awareness
Self Image
The Early Years of Life

Personal Value System
Self Worth
Personal Security
Money Spent
Money Gained
Wealth Generated

Community and Surrounding Environment
Short Distance Travel and trips
Early Educational Studies
The Lower Mind Aspects
Gathering Information
Cell Phones
Cars and Deliveries
The Postal Service
Blood relatives
Everyday Relationships

The Mother or Nurturing Parent
The Home
Early Upbringing Foundation
Family Relationships
Family Traditions
Birth Culture and Origins
The Birth Homeland
The Later Years of Life

Creative Self Expression
Leisure Time
Love affairs
Risk Taking

Daily Work
Everyday routine
Daily Tasks
Services Performed

Business Partners
Marriage Partners
Open Enemies
Interactions with General Public
Views on General Public
The Grand Parents

Chronic Diseases
Things hidden underground
Personal Secrets
Shared Resources
Spouse’s Resources
Peak Emotional Experiences

Higher education
Expansive Ideas and Vision
Teaching of Informed Subjects
Ceremonies and Ritual
Personal Belief System
Wisdom and Greater Understanding
Long Distance Travel
Foreign People, Places or Cultures
The In-Laws

Personal Achievement and Awards
Authority Figures
Views of Authority Figures
Father or Dominant Parent

Types of Friends
How a Person is Perceived as a Friend
Group Involvement
Hopes and Personal Dreams
Social Reform
Gains from society
Science and Technology
Social Networking

House of Endings
Karmic Debts
Merging Into Something Greater
Volunteering and Self Sacrifice
The Self Undoing and Withering Away
Grief and Sorrow
Personal Restrictions and Limitations
The Subconscious
Sleeping or Meditative Dreams
Places of Retreat
Hidden Places from Society
Secrets kept from Someone
Secret Enemies and Advisories
The Paranormal

Horoscope - Aug 26 2016

Aries Horoscope

(Mar 21 – Apr 19)

A realistic approach to your unfulfilled dreams prevents you from quitting your job and sailing off into the sunset. However, action-hero Mars is stepping away from Saturn’s stern grasp in your 9th House of Big Ideas and your mind churns with every imaginable possibility. Your fantasies are like a runaway train now, and mystical Neptune’s presence tempts you to throw caution to the wind. Give yourself permission to dream the impossible dream, but don’t try to turn every passing whim into reality or you’ll exhaust yourself in the process.

Taurus Horoscope

(Apr 20 – May 20)

Your boundaries are being stretched beyond the regular limits today, yet it’s better to take a calculated risk of your own choosing than to react to a challenge thrust upon you. But it’s difficult to fully comprehend the bigger picture now as nebulous Neptune squares Mars in your 8th House of Transformation, distorting your perception of change. Nevertheless, if your overactive imagination prompts you to expect more from your relationships, get busy and make your wishes come true.

Gemini Horoscope

(May 21 – Jun 20)

You have something to say to nearly everyone today, but not everyone has something to say to you. Although you’re normally quick to interact with others, the Moon in your curious sign causes you to think so fast you misread people’s signals. Unfortunately, a deceptive Mars-Neptune square indicates that your incorrect interpretation sets you up to chase an illusion. A small but conscious modification to your fantasy may be all that’s needed to put it within reach.

Cancer Horoscope

(Jun 21 – Jul 22)

You might be grappling with the fine line between fact and fantasy as your serious nature snaps you back from the realms of imagination today. But just as you accept the limitation of your daily work duties, a surreal Mars-Neptune square urges you all over again to believe in the possibility of your wildest dreams. Red-hot Mars fuels your enthusiasm, which feeds your professional ambitions. Nevertheless, you could lead yourself astray if your actions are not grounded in reality. Finding the sweet spot between the rational and irrational is your ticket to success.

Leo Horoscope

(Jul 23 – Aug 22)

Confusing messages about love make it tricky to know how to react now. While expressive Mars energizes your 5th House of Romance, its dynamic square to magical Neptune stimulates your imagination. Thrill-seeking is a wonderful distraction unless your impulsive actions are slightly off target. Fortunately, a practical plan saves the day because stabilizing Saturn grounds your fanciful flights with reality and gives you a chance to actually find the elusive pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Virgo Horoscope

(Aug 23 – Sep 22)

You want to be appreciated for your authenticity, but your actions don’t seem to communicate your real intentions. Avoiding negative thinking is a real challenge today, especially if you feel like others aren’t seeing you in your true light. Unfortunately, you might overcompensate for your apparent invisibility by telling stories or exaggerating the facts while delusional Neptune squares defensive Mars in inspirational Sagittarius. Ultimately, you must set your own limits; no one will do it for you.

Libra Horoscope

(Sep 23 – Oct 22)

You can be quite decisive about your goals today, but uncertainty at work makes it difficult to execute your plan. Clinging to your original agenda brings frustration as your destination grows further and further away. Thankfully, freeing yourself from an impossible situation is as simple as altering your approach. Instead of waiting for clarification from your coworkers, just proceed confidently until you receive feedback that you need to reset your bearings. Remaining unattached to the outcome prevents emotional distress. Maintaining a sense of humor helps you roll with the punches.

Scorpio Horoscope

(Oct 23 – Nov 21)

Although you may have already drawn a line in the sand, your solid grasp of the facts seems to be slowly slipping away. Optimism is a positive motivating factor, but when blind it can prompt you to overstep sensible limits in your quest for emotional satisfaction. Exercising extra caution is advisable now so you don’t act on a foolish impulse. Thankfully, responsible Saturn empowers you with the persistence and patience you need to gain the self-mastery you seek.

Sagittarius Horoscope

(Nov 22 – Dec 21)

It might seem like you stood up tall to one challenge after another and are now, finally, ready to fly. Warrior Mars in your sign is enthusiastically wired to push ahead on all fronts. However, Mars forms a debilitating square to fantasy-prone Neptune, muddying the waters and making it more complicated to take on an adversary or just go for the gold. Ultimately, you may find your toughest competition is staring right back at you in the mirror.

Capricorn Horoscope

(Dec 22 – Jan 19)

You are not enthused about sharing your ideas with your colleagues now because you’re afraid they won’t approve of your radical methods. After all, you’re more ambitious than others; sometimes you even need to cool your jets if you get too far ahead of the pack. Underestimating the size of a job can mean big trouble down the road while a blurry Mars-Neptune square distorts your 3rd House of Information. Preemptively slow down and ask others for their feedback. Resist less; listen more.

Aquarius Horoscope

(Jan 20 – Feb 18)

You’re eager to wage battle for a cause today, but you could flounder if you don’t have all your facts in order and your ducks in a row. Thankfully, you can be very successful if you’re willing to accept the assistance of your allies now that action-packed Mars is visiting your 11th House of Networking. Nevertheless, as noble as it is to fight for something important, stop and re-evaluate your plan before foggy Neptune sends you on a wild good chase. Moderating your efforts prevents you from wasting a lot of time and energy before it’s too late.

Pisces Horoscope

(Feb 19 – Mar 20)

Words flow off your tongue today, enabling you to charm your way into someone’s heart or mind. Thankfully, you possess the gift of gab while the Moon is visiting witty Gemini. Nevertheless, you might be fighting with ghosts while courageous Mars squares phantasmagorical Neptune in your sign. Focusing your energy on practical goals may be an uphill battle now if you’re too busy talking up a storm. When you need something concrete to believe in, start with yourself.

Source : Rick Levine

Read more about your horoscope here

anonymous asked:

I will never understand why Lance's official intelligence stats are so average when he has The Plan™ whenever him and Keith are together.

I think Lance is definitely more considerate and willing to think through the consequences of a plan, unlike Keith who has a tendency to follow his instincts with lesser regard to how it effects those around him. However it’s been laminated several times that Keith’s experience gives him a couple points in the intelligence range, just because he is undoubtedly more experienced than Lance. Personally I believe that Lance’s inexperience is his greatest shortcoming, however every day they spend in space he learns more and, due to his considerate nature, is able to absorb information at an incredible pace. 

When Keith and Lance work together they compliment each other–as we’ve seen–because Lance forces Keith to re-think things and Keith forces Lance to take risks. Keith’s experience also acts as a counterweight to Lance’s inexperience, ultimately balancing them out and making them “a good team” ;)

waitingisboring  asked:

Romanogers - the 3 times Steve comforted Natasha and the 1 time Natasha did because I'm in need of fluff that is not written by myself X'D

Okay, so… there’s a little angst, but that’s because I kind of needed it to get to the comforting parts, so it’s also fluff, I promise!

for my “n + 1” meme


Taking a stop is a risk, but so is running out of gas before they make it to New Jersey, so it can’t really be avoided. Still, he feels tense, and it’s kind of hard to act natural when he can’t quite get his shoulders to loosen up. Natasha hands him a few crumpled twenties from her pocket so he can pay for gas (and he can’t help but smile at this, because leave it to her to be prepared), and he grabs a couple of bottled waters and a handful of granola bars while he’s in the store. His stomach has been growling since they left the hospital and the two sticks of gum that Natasha had given him went stale two hours ago. He knows that Natasha’s hungry, too, and just won’t say it.

She has her feet up on the dashboard when he slides back into the driver’s seat, a bit of a smirk on her lips when he gives her a look, but then he tosses the granola bars onto her lap and she pulls her feet down and sits up.

“They only had one kind, so I hope you don’t mind chocolate.”

“If you mind chocolate, you have a problem,” she replies, but he can see the surprise just underneath the curl of amusement on her lips. She meets his eyes and he tries not to hold his breath. They’re as beautiful as they’ve always been but… there’s something incredibly eerie to them right now. Something broken. “You didn’t have to get me anything,” she tells him, voice a little softer now.

“Technically it’s your money,” he says, but he knows that’s not what she means.

Keep reading

anonymous asked:

Hi! Two things: Firstly, is there anywhere I can read your thoughts on the ASoIaF end game?? Secondly, why did Tywin march to King's Landing (even under the pretence of protecting Aerys), then sack the city whilst Aerys still had Jaime "hostage". Up until that point, we know that Aerys made Jaime a KG and kept him close in order to gain loyalty from Tywin. Why would Tywin, a man who places so much importance on family, take a risk with his sons life? Did Jaime have prior knowledge of the sack?

Here’s the most complete one.

I believe at that point, Tywin knew the battle was lost, and that Jaime stood a better chance of cutting his way free through any retaliation of Aerys than standing between Robert Baratheon and King Aerys. So it’s not him taking a risk, it’s him picking the least risky path.

Thanks for the questions, Anon.

SomethingLikeALawyer, Hand of the King

Way of the Sword / Chivalry

What if Elsword and Elesis’ Way of the Sword and Chivalry are more like two different spirits following them, or two different ways that they can think?

It would also explain why skills consume their own gauge and feed the other.  They can only stay in one line of thinking for so long before the other side of their brain starts screaming, “YOU’RE DOING THIS ALL WRONG!”

Destruction/Annihilation is the reckless thinking, the thoughts of staying alive through killing opponents.  Attack is the best defense and all that.  Increased critical, the ability to stoic everything - it’s the Seighart ability to just push through everything and keep going.  This line of thought makes them more reckless, more proactive, and more likely to take risks that will leave Aisha and Raven in the dust going “what the fuck just happened”.

Vitality/Gale is the time they take a step back from the fight and start thinking defensively.  It’s a more mental state instead of Destruction/Annihilation’s pure physicality, and it makes them more hyper-aware of their consciences outside of a fight.  Mana regain, less cooldown time, it’s all a mental thing.  (CrA’s healing could come from this as well, since she could be bypassing the Shade’s influence to try and keep herself alive).

Both in fanon and canon, the Seighart siblings are either portrayed as reckless and powerful, or honorable and (while still powerful) a bit more cautious.  Which one they are could depend on which mode/school of thought they’re closest to at the moment.

Their special abilities really don’t make much sense in any other context, honestly.

Ugh! I’m like 👌🏾 this close to blowing up at my stupid roommates. (I’m taking a big risk by writing this right in front of them.)

Okay so at dinner we’re eating some nasty food and Kalynn (the one who doesn’t like Steven Universe for no valid reason) is texting someone and Salena (the one who’s too loud) is like “Ooh! Why are you smiling at your phone? Is it a boy?” and Kalynn’s like “No it’s my girlfriend-” (she uses the term girlfriend to refer to her friend who’s a girl) “-texting me about her boyfriend.” and Salena’s like “Oh! You swing that way? That’s okay.” (kinda in a nonchalant way) and Kalynn’s like “No. That’s not okay.”


chromebydefault  asked:

At the risk of someone taking this the wrong way - what sorts of distractions were you looking for~?

…Are you hittin’ on me, Chrome?

Idk though, just anything that gets my mind off things. There’s a lot'a things on a daily basis that I just don’t wanna think about. Rather think about answers to prewritten questions than what happened in the office today.

collaredandcute  asked:

I've recently realized that I'm interested in living a BDSM lifestyle. I have a long term bf who is amazing but I'm worried that he won't understand what I want from him and how serious I am about this. I already call him Daddy and he's naturally a Dom but I want to wear collars and such... How do I present the idea of me wanting to be his slave without sounding weird? I feel embarrassed

I get questions like these a lot. My best advice is to be honest, you’ll never get what you want if you don’t take the risk of asking for it.

Since he’s already kinky it seems to me like he shouldn’t have a problem. In fact, he may be down right stoked about this development! I’d just go for it!

Hope you get your way!


Author Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich shares her thoughts on why preserving #LangstonsLegacy is important

Hughes’ collaborations with other writers, artists, musicians, and composers have an infinite creative legacy that we cannot lose. His work was art, it was education, it was activism.  I’m a native New Yorker who has struggled to stay in this city I love.  Langston Hughes’ work, his stories and reflections on Harlem, were a huge part of my childhood. I’m grateful to people like Renée who are willing to take risks and responsibility for preserving and building on that legacy, and am so heartened to see the support that has developed around the project – many people, of all races, ages, and experiences, see the need for it, and are willing to do whatever bit they can, which is very much in the spirit of Harlem.

In a very real sense, it brings hope for preserving the legacy of all of New York City as an artistic hub. As the city becomes more unaffordable, segregated, and corporate, artists suffer. Our culture suffers. The idea that Hughes’ home can be a place to welcome artists from all over, to support their work, to share his work with emerging and marginalized artists, to inspire the next generation, to simply provide space for appreciation of Black artists and the arts – it’s a beautiful thing, an actual dream come true!

When I was young, my parents had a poster with a Marcus Garvey quote across the bottom that went something like: “A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” Sometimes the development in Harlem very literally seems to be a violent uprooting of culture, of lives, leaving little or nothing behind. Many of us take for granted the knowledge of Harlem’s rich history, and have an increasingly vague sense of the “Harlem Renaissance”, but if we don’t support community institutions like the Schomburg Library,  El Museo del Barrio, the Jazz museum, and, I hope, I, Too, Arts, we will be leaving our children without roots. We’re in danger of destroying the creativity and innovation that made Harlem famous, of further marginalizing the very people that were integral to building Harlem into the legendary place it is today.  

I’m a parent, and feel deeply that as Black children and Black lives are increasingly disrespected and devalued, it’s vital for us to educate our children about the beauty and power of our past, and what it can mean for our future. I’m holding fast to the dream that we’ll value Langston Hughes’ legacy. If we have love and respect for our ancestors, and love, respect, and hope for our children’s lives, we’ll do this.

Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich is the author of Two Naomis and 8th Grade Superzero. She is member of The Brown Bookshelf, a web site dedicated to amplifying Black and Brown voices in children’s literature. She is also a member of We Need Diverse Books, a grassroots organization created to address the lack of diverse, non-majority narratives in children’s literature.

To learn more about I, Too, Arts Collective & the #LangstonsLegacy campaign, visit our campaign page.