What’s your Sign?
What’s your sign?
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When someone asks me about my sign, I smile and say,
Even the smartest of people have a challenge with the unlikely accuracy of personality traits tied to the astrological signs. They’re in an ineluctable desire to believe that the sign someone is born under can predict their personality traits.
Ever wonder why so many believe in signs?
Well, it might be because there are plenty of people in our lives that seem to have the same personalities as others of the same sign.
Here is the twist…… “If you hear hoof beats, think horses first, but don’t rule out the zebras”
This is my take on the entire theory.
Your personality is greatly influenced by our environment. We can all agree that much of who we are is derived from heredity.
We have all experienced personality similarities in siblings and parents yet there are other factors influencing who we ultimately become.
My take on the “Signs thing” is that is has to do with the season you are born in, more so than the positions of the stars in the sky.
Allow me to explain.
If you are born in the springtime, you are being introduced to a lot of color, with flowers blooming and the greenery of the trees coming back to life. There is more sunlight than the winter months and the general mood of everyone is more up beat. The warmer temperature is allowing you to not be held in swaddling, so you have a lot of unencumbered movement.
Those born in the winter months are exposed to short days and cold nights. There is a constant need for you to be wrapped up in swaddling, restricting your movement. People tend to stay at home and if you do get to go out you are wrapped up so tight that you are unable to move. You are restricted to seeing far fewer colors as not only is there little color in nature at this time, but people tend to wear less colorful clothing in the winter months.
A bit thought provoking isn’t it?
This is only an idea and it is not supported by any facts. It would be an interesting study to examine behaviors of people born in a different hemisphere where the seasons are opposite of ours, to see it there is any evidence to my idea?