17-Jan-2017, 19:32 UT/GMT
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But beware of polarising in obstinately opposing "camps". Although Aries can enjoy and feel nourished by Taurus' serenity and pragmatism, Ariens can easily feel suffocated or bored if life gets set in unchanging routines. And Taureans can easily feel anxious and threatened by Aries' constant quest for change and challenge.
Try not to push each other into extremes. Appreciate and value your differences, rather than criticising or trying to remodel each other. With an understanding of the very different world-views you perceive, you could each help each other to become more whole.
Ferdinand the Bull, in the famous children's story, is a loveable creature and a perfect Taurean. He amuses himself by smelling the flowers, listening to the birdsong, and enjoying the summer breezes. He's easily contented, at home in his pasture. Then one day he sits on a flower, and on the flower is a bee...You can work out the rest. The story ... read more
The joy of love, for the Aries partner, lies in the excitement of the chase. That means you can't ever let yourself become boringly predictable. Sensible and steady, yes; repetitive and narrow in your thinking and your vision, no. It's often a good idea to be a little reluctant in the face of an Aries' furious romantic declarations. You have to know ... read more
The Aries man has a brave and noble heart. He can also be insufferably patronising. You may have to hit him with a brick to remind him that his interference may not be welcome, and you have to virtually turn him inside out to get him to understand that you can protect yourself. The Aries man often feels obliged to keep up a heroic image even when ... read more