I read about The Secret Language on a few other blogs and figured I’d check it out. You plug in your full birth date and it tells you the personality traits and characteristics that go with that date. I don’t put a lot of stock into things like this, but I find them interesting. And holy crap, this is frighteningly accurate! Of course, some of it isn’t exactly right, but a lot of it is scarily descriptive of my personality.
Mine is here, and below are some of my favorites:
May 27 people often have a wild and wacky view of the world. Indeed, their zany sense of humor can cause consternation, as they are not averse to sharing their thoughts whenever moved to do so. It is less a lack of tact or diplomacy but rather poor timing which can put others off. Because May 27 people are generally so absorbed in their presentation, they may misjudge their audience.
Those born during the Week of Freedom balk at restrictions and aim to maintain their independence at all costs. Generally on the side of the individual, they hate oppression and exploitation, opposing them both in theory and in practice. These people will not usually back down from a fight. Naturally combative, they stick up for what they believe is right and will not hesitate to attack wrongdoing in any form, be it moral or practical, for these individuals believe there is a right way and a wrong way to do things, and that only the right way will yield uniformly positive results.
One of their strongest weapons is laughter or ridicule, which they do not hesitate to pull out of their formidable verbal arsenal.Still, they are willing to give the other fellow a second chance. Resilient, they will not quit valuable relationships easily; instead, they hang in there, letting go of resentments.
THIS one especially:
Bright, perky and alert, but also a tad abrasive, these people are high-speed players who get impatient with other people’s slower responses. Often technically gifted, they can get annoyed when others are less skillful in performing a certain task. Given this low threshold of irritation, they may get stressed out easily, lashing out with irony or sarcasm. Their aggression is often a reaction to what they see as incompetence or stupidity, but it does not make them easy to live or work with.
I try not to complain as much these days, but it really always was that I just needed to vent and get things off my chest – not that I wanted to complain for attention or annoyance.
Those involved in relationships with them, whether family, friends or lovers, won’t need to do much guessing as to their state of mind. They are both emotionally volatile and not at all shy about verbalizing any discontent they may have. In extreme cases, in fact, they can be constant complainers, though for the most part they just have a periodic need to get their dissatisfactions off their chest.
This is just funny to me 😉
They are highly seductive, and few can resist their often considerable sex appeal.
Reflecting on those born during the Way of Grace reminds one of the children’s fairy tale, “The Ugly Duckling.” A young swan, mistaken for a young duck, is ridiculed by the other ducks as misfit and is labeled ugly. It is only with time that the “duckling” emerges as a full-grown swan, considered the most elegant and graceful of all waterfowl.
Those born during the Month of the Diversifier like being part of a group. They tend to liven up any social situation with their flow of ideas and verbal facility. However, they may not readily accept the responsibilities of group membership. They are often accused of being fickle and even superficial, but in their view changing one’s mind is no sin. The importance of non-attachment is something they usually take to heart.
Generally speaking, those born in the springtime manifest an enthusiasm for life. Their energy is prodigious where initiating projects is concerned, and their ability to survive and/or adapt is noteworthy.