Its the AGE of pisces... not that Jesus was one. That's why the "washing of feet" was such a meaningful thing. We are still, and will be in the age of pisces for another 140 yrs. Alot of things we are taught and sometimes told are not always the truth. Historians (before and thru the first century) have no record of him or his travels. The reason there are so many different birthdates, i.e. December 25th, is because people will make him whatever they want/need him to be for them.
My moon is in pisces... and I don't pursue them, but for some odd reason they approach me often. Most have always wanted more than just friendship. I have no taurus in my chart, but I am very drawn to taurus women... probably because I'm a (cancerian) momma's boy and my mom is one. I don't know why, but some Leos get my attention (my N. node).
I don't think any other sign has any particular influence. There was this one cancer girl in H.S. though. I still think about her from time to time. (I was afraid to attempt a hook up with her because we were [and I found out aside from her, most cancers get along with each other pretty well, but don't necessarily end up] best friends).
Personally, I just like to know where I stand so I don't have to be anxious. I don't forget about what I have once I have attained it. I don't like to lose things that I have gained, but I am not going to over-react if I lose them. I guess this comes from having lost everything that I love (friends/family/belongings) so many times in my life... I accept that anything (even my physical body) can go at any time. So I focus on what can never be taken from me... my spirit.
This might be true about some cancers, but the big thing about us, I think, that people misunderstand is that we like to be acknowledged for the things we do, and if we did them to another person's satisfaction (given that they're the ones we're doing something for.)
If I'm doing something for myself (i.e. living MY life), I couldn't care less how anyone feels about it.
Sounds like the example above was someone who was bent on having things their way and wasn't willing to compromise. And threw a fit like a kid when things didn't go exactly as they planned. This is a trait of human beings. We're all children no matter how old we are. Someone tells you don't do that (and gives you a good reason as to why you shouldn't)... You're going to do it anyway, if its what YOU WANT to do. And when things don't go your way (most people) get frustrated. Besides, what person doesn't like to be told how things are in a straight up manner? I think that 'tough moma' idea (with cancers) is a good way to see how hurtful we CAN be, when we do our "taste of your own medicine" retaliation.
Gemini cuspians, like myself, are easily distracted. But that doesn't go to say we don't appreciate the things we collect in life... whether they be people or objects. I love my (true) friends, and really miss the ones I don't get to see often. Just because they've become my friends doesn't diminish the value of our friendship. But associates (not to be mistaken as friends) stay in my phone/on my friends lists, and don't get much contact unless I see a where the both of us can benefit from each other.
Personally, when I get involved in a potential relationship, I take my time. The reason for this is so that I don't make a commitment to someone who is putting on a front, just to get me, and then flips when I make the commitment. Been there, done that... and will never go back. Because if I make a commitment, I give it my all... I don't see the point in getting involved if I'm going to do it any differently. The ones who jump into relationships just because they like a couple of superficial things about a person usually end up disappointed some time down the road and will find everyone to blame but themselves.
I found out my H.S. crush (who I could always tell when something was bothering her, and not even see her in the last week) was a cancer... my favorite brother (who I thought was a Leo for the longest time) is a last day cancer. The kids that were on the bus I used to drive (that used to sit in the front seats right behind me) were the only crabs on the bus... one even shared my birthday.
I like this guy. LOL Looks like someone I can learn from. Just a heads up for you (to ease your worry about compatibility) you are born the year after me and your lady friend is the year after the lady I have my eye on. Your Chinese animals ARE compatible. And (in my 'homework') I have found the Chinese zodiac to relate to longevity, as opposed to the microwave age western astrology... which seems to worry you. *shivers* ahhhh! May taurus women... something about them. Just take the lasts' advice here, especially concerning patience. Wish you the best my friend.
I have... Started to like this Taurus girl because she was "pretty" at first. But over time I learned a valuable life lesson from observing how she did certain things. She wasn't even trying to teach anything... she was just doing her thing. I am a happier person because of the lesson I learned from her. Though she is still attractive (more so now than before... for obvious reasons), I am attracted to the little I know about how/who she is now over how she looks.
I just wish I could do the same thing for her. I do love her. Though not too many people have the same definition, but the general concept is universal.
Not to sound insensitive... but I have learned over the past few months, that if you want to make things emotionally easy on yourself and others... You should just say what's on your mind. I used to have reasons to keep secrets from others, because of how they might feel about what I say. But I noticed after just saying how I feel (and not worrying about whether people CHOOSE to accept or deny what I have to say to them), I have alot less on my mind when we're done talking. And as hard as it can be, I am learning to take better care of myself and put ME first. It is just as true as when they tell you on an airplane before taking off, "if you are sitting next to a young child, put the mask on yourself first and then assist the child." When I was a younger, I never understood that. But now it makes plenty of sense... if you can't help yourself (in any way) how can you expect to help someone else (in that same way)?
People choose to take things the way they WANT to. Its not your fault if you tell them the truth about what's on your mind, or how you feel. They would be more angry if you told them some nonsense that sounds really nice... because when the truth comes out, they will ask you "Why didn't you say that in the first place?" If someone wants to be mad at you for telling the truth... that's not the kind of person you want in your life anyway. I say this because I have given up keeping things from people to keep from hurting their feelings. At the end of the day I sleep easier knowing that I told people how things are, and not how they want to believe them to be. They can stay up all night angry with the actuality of things. I'm done with wasting hours and hours of my life contemplating whether or not someone, I know, can handle the truth... friend or otherwise.