Down to Earth?

Is this like los­ing your human­i­ty in Vam­pire? I’m los­ing the abil­i­ty to refrain from the damned quizzes?

I’m only post­ing it ’cause I haven’t seen it before. So there.

Earth­ly. Real­is­tic. You’re sim­ply down-to-earth.

I’m com­plete­ly down-to-earth!

Find your soul type

You are the most in touch with knowl­edge. It’s the tree of life from which you tap the sap. You know what you want and you know how to rea­son­ably get it.

Virtues: You respect peo­ple with plans. When some­one has their head on their shoul­ders, you know that they can see straight­for­ward and keep their eyes on the mark. When it comes to look­ing at the future, you take a log­i­cal approach: what’s with­in your abil­i­ty? A for­tu­nate attribute that you have is the abil­i­ty to set a goal for your­self, high­er than maybe you feel pos­si­ble, but still keep your­self with­in rea­son­able bounds. You take the time to appre­ci­ate those sur­round­ing you and they do appre­ci­ate you in return. Deci­sion-mak­ing comes nat­u­ral­ly to you when you take the time to con­sid­er each option. Peo­ple only come to talk to you when they are look­ing for a log­i­cal, rea­son­able solution.

Aspi­ra­tions: You have an idea of what you can do with your life, but you push it up a notch. You need a pro­fes­sion that you can enjoy, so work towards it. You want to live near your friends and fam­i­ly while being as far away as pos­si­ble. You also want to set­tle down while work­ing in excite­ment and variation.

Quirks: You don’t appre­ci­ate dra­ma queens and they don’t appre­ci­ate you. When they need help, they won’t seek you out because of your abil­i­ty to see through their over­ly dra­mat­ic predica­ments. You have lee­way for humor, and some­times love to par­tic­i­pate in it, but when it becomes irra­tional behav­ior, oth­ers can count you out. Loud nois­es are both­er­some, except when they come from you or your friends.

Fac­tors: Reach for the sky! Don’t decide to do some­thing because you’re mere­ly good at it, but choose some­thing you might like to do, despite whether you’re sure you can mas­ter it or not. Don’t only save room for a few empa­thet­ic friends, but open up to everyone.

Future: When look­ing for a job, if you work in all of your tal­ents (log­ic, deci­sion-mak­ing, plan­ning, and def­i­nite­ly humor), you’ll find your­self hap­py. Come to a com­pro­mise for loca­tion; live near your friends and take peri­od­ic vaca­tions or live far­ther away and make fre­quent return trips.

Cyn is Rick's wife, Katie's Mom, and Esther & Oliver's Mémé. She's also a professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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