Your life's focal point and your energy reservoir exist in your inner world, you are very eager to learn, and above all, you absorb information in a form that you process intuitively. Therefore, you quickly see the larger context and the long-term effects of events and actions.
Your eyes are less focused on the immediate reality at hand with its details and its specific features - in this respect, you can be rather out of touch with reality - but more on the possibilities and the hidden links, and on the ideas and suppositions.
Whenever opportunities like that come upon a neuralgic point of your subconscious conception of life, they exert great, compelling fascination, and you intensively pursue all the ramifications and meaningful effects, and you prepare probable forms of implementation in your imagination.
Once you have gained a sufficiently clear perspective and should begin the detailed and consistent hard work of actualization, you might lose interest because you become aware of the tediousness of the ongoing routine, the need to sacrifice other opportunities, and a lack of meaning. At this point you might also realize how much the attainable reality might lag behind your original ideal perceptions.
However, if you remain in a subject area, you are not primarily concerned with the theory itself, but instead you wonder how a theory can be usefully applied.
You love an interesting exchange of ideas, but you have an aversion to small talk and do not want to spend too much time socializing unless you can learn something from it. You love casual and intimate time for two; however, you are not really familiar with the emotional side of life, and without wanting to, you can be quite insensitive at times.
You need a lot of quiet and mostly uninterrupted time for yourself in order to think, read, study new subjects, and sometimes even to dream. Since you want to be extremely competent and perfect at everything, your work occupies you to the point that you fail to allocate the necessary time and attention to your relationships, above all to your family.
You also want to use your free time productively and appropriately, and you like cultural events, courses, and similar activities where you can learn something. In everything you undertake, it is important to you to address the task well.
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