1) You demand a free and unattached life for yourself that allows you to determine your own course. You have an artistic bent in your work or leisure activities. Your urge for freedom sometimes causes you to do exactly the opposite of what expected of you.
Your lifestyle is highly individualistic. You would never blindly imitate what is “in”; on the contrary, you seek to live according to your own ideas and convictions, even if this means swimming against the tide
2) You love a free and spontaneous life. And you attempt to enjoy it to the fullest, in accordance with the motto: “You only live once.”
You are very curious and open about everything new; you thrive on change. Nothing is worse than when you feel tied down. You experience your environment as being versatile and always good for a surprise.
3) You come to grips more frequently and thoroughly with yourself and your environment than do most people. You detest superficiality; you’d rather be alone than have to suffer through small talk. But your relationships with your friends are very strong, which gives you the inner tranquility and harmony that you require. You do not mind being alone for extended periods of time; you rarely become bored
4) You value a natural style and love that which is uncomplicated. People admire you because you have both feet planted firmly on the ground and they can depend on you. You give those who are close to you security and space. You are perceived as being warm and human. You reject everything that is garish and trite. You tend to be skeptical toward the whims of fashion trends. For you, clothing has to be practical and unobtrusively elegant.
5) You take charge of your life, and place less faith in your luck and more in your own deeds. You solve problems in a practical, uncomplicated manner. You take a realistic view of the things in your daily life and tackle them without wavering. You are given a great deal of responsibility at work, because people know that you can be depended upon.
Your pronounced strength of will projects your self-assurance to others. You are never fully satisfied until you have accomplished your ideas.
6) You are easy-going yet discreet. You make friends effortlessly, yet enjoy your privacy and independence. You like to get away from it all and be alone from time to time to contemplate the meaning of life and enjoy yourself. You need space, so you escape to beautiful hideaways, but you are not a loner. You are at peace with yourself and the world, and you appreciate life and what this world has to offer.
7) Your momentary sensitivity represents that which is of high quality and durable. Consequently, you like to surround yourself with little “gems,” which you discover wherever they are overlooked by others.
Thus, culture plays a special role in your life. You have found your own personal style, which is elegant and exclusive, free from the whims of fashion. Your ideal, upon which you base your life, is cultured pleasure. You value a certain level of culture on the part of the people with whom you associate.
8) You are a very sensitive person. You refuse to view things only from a sober, rational standpoint. What your feelings tell you is just as important to you. In fact, you feel it is important to have dreams in life, too.
You reject people who scorn romanticism and are guided only by rationality. You refuse to let anything confine the rich variety of your moods and emotions.
9) You are quite willing to accept certain risks and to make a strong committment in exchange for interesting and varied work. Routine, in contrast, tends to have a paralyzing effect on you.
What you like most is to be able to play an active role in events. In doing so, your initiative is highly pronounced.
My family and I are dedicated to helping others, we are part of more organizations than one could think. We are aware of where our donations go and whom it is really helping, our concern is never about how it makes us look. And as of late I have a repeated follower on my blog and Facebook who copies all my posts and writing to rebuild her image. (I post about elephants she posts about elephants, I do a horse photo shoot she does a horse photo shoot, I get known as ‘The Girl In The White Dress’ and now she wears white abundantly, —I join certain outreaches she does the same. It would be nice if she could purchase some originality and become her own person instead stealing another’s words and persona) Naturally I wouldn’t mind since if it serves to help animals or the those in need I am delighted. But what really bothers me is the hypocrisy, to become a board member of an organization just to appear compassionate while wearing Lululemon attire and video taping the entire thing. Does photo shoots on a horse while wearing Prada the number one buyer of Asian fur trade, always carrying a designer brand purse that endorses the mistreatment of animals (Reptiles included) and then has the audacity to call herself an animal activist or philanthropist. I have nothing against designer products but I am against saying your for the animals and then are a consumer of their mistreatment—— and no a $100 donation to a doggie walk does not make you an animal activist, calling a kitten silver, saying “awesome bird” to an owl, or force feeding an animal or begrudgingly holding a puppy in order to have more photos to complete a fake stolen façade to keep a man that obviously knows what you are, doesn’t make you an animal activist or even a good person or take away the pole-dancing image and shame.
My mother always taught me, the second you look for recognition for doing something kind for another, you become a liar! You must never allow your left hand to know what your right hand has done, give freely and purely never thinking about yourself. Compassion isn’t a means to trick a man or the world into believing your something your not! Compassion and care arises like a soft wind, a passionate urge to do what is right and to give others a share of your blessings. So to all the real animal activists that don’t try to make themselves famous by opening Facebook Fan Pages or personally fights with Wikipedia in order to have a page with them, since they couldn’t establish themselves as a “Model” or “Actress” and now resort to pretending to helps animals to make themselves seem more important! These organization are just a few that really do help. I put 5 stars next to the ones I truly truly believe in!
Hope For Paws (*****)http://www.hopeforpaws.org/
Pit Bull Rescue San Diego http://www.pbrsd.org/
Animal Aid Unlimited in Udaipur, Rajasthan India www.animalaidunlimited.com/
Villalobos Rescue Centre http://www.vrcpitbull.net/dog/
The Donkey Sanctuary of Canada http://www.thedonkeysanctuary.ca/
The Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue (USA) (*****) http://www.donkeyrescue.org/
James Robison (*****) http://lifetoday.org/outreaches/
International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (*****) http://www.ifcj.org/site/PageNavigator/eng/programs/isaiah_58