Tuesday, July 26, 2011


"Polished, cultured and well-mannered, they are a civilizing influence to all around."

I really like this image found on ETSY by artist Meagan Donegan.

Check out her shop at http://www.etsy.com/shop/MeaganDonegan?ref=ss_profile.

What would it be like to have a sheep companion? Guess I'll have to ask a shepherd. Of course, there are "sheep people". For info on people born in the Year of the Sheep, take a look at this site: http://www.forplu.com/community/life&style/feature/c_horoscope/sheep.htm. The quote above is from the website as well.


Essentially, the underlying principles of this sign are all to do with the anima, the "feminine" or Yin side of our natures, the part of is that instinctively urges us to care and nurture, to garner and provide, to love and cherish. For both male and female members of this troop, their basic nature is peaceable, passive and receptive. Kind and considerate, gentle and peace-loving, Sheep abhor all forms of confrontation, aggression or violence. They are happiest among others and harbor no dreams of being dazzling or of standing our from the crowd. They have no wish to roam. No lust for power lurks in the Sheep's tranquil breast. But in their own quiet way, Sheep can be extremely successful in life and they sometimes travel further than they realize as they graze their way over the hills and valleys.

Sheep people have strong humanitarian inclinations but apart from this they also have a creative eye, which makes them tower head-and-shoulders above the rest in all aspects of the arts. With their strong artistic sensitivity Sheep are frequently drawn to the world of music and the arts.

To other people, Sheep are kind and generous - almost to a fault as they can be taken advantage of. Even so, Sheep can get their own way and through such subtle tactics that the other person often has no idea it has happened.

1 comment:

  1. Hi,

    I'm an Aries, will you give me $5 ?

    José :-)