When the Velveteen Rabbit speaks of being “real” you know exactly what it means. You are wholly genuine in every aspect of life. Not to be so implies some sort of trickery, which is simply not acceptable. Your pride, intellect, and sensitivity won't stand for anything less than “just the facts, ma'am!” Additionally, as a pathfinder and leader, this Aries has manners! The words “please” and “thank you” are never forgotten or overlooked. You are polite almost to a fault.
Even with all this control, there's certainly a spark of enterprise just beneath the surface. This typically manifests in career choices, especially those where you can help other people achieve and self-actualize.
In particular, career counseling and job placement assistance suit you very well. The outgoing, networking aptitude in a birth number of 5 serves this goal perfectly. You can spy opportunity for someone else easily, and help direct them toward opening that door.
Moving from the office to the living room, you surround yourself mindfully and tastefully. There's certainly an order to this world, but also sensitivity to your friends and family in each décor choice. You want a harmonious home, and work every touch of ambiance accordingly.
What about the bedroom, you ask? You don't go to bed on the first date, and maybe not even the tenth. You take your time in choosing a mate, wanting it to be a responsible choice based on that person's authenticity. It takes time to figure out who's being real and who's a flim-flam artist. When someone is lucky enough to pass the test — Wow, talk about steamy!
Gift idea: a book on Feng Shui or a potted bamboo plant.
This Month in History: Congress authorized Yellowstone National Park's creation (March 3, 1872); Texas became independent of Mexico (March 2, 1836); Vermont became the 14th state in the Union (March 4, 1791); Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone (March 7, 1876); Girl Scouts of America established (March 12, 1912); Planet Uranus discovered (March 13, 1781); Julius Caesar assassinated (March 15, 44 B.C.E.); Congress ratified Daylight Savings Time (March 19, 1918); U.S. Mint produced press-made coins (3/23) 1836; first long distance telephone call initiated (March 27, 1884).