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Back in April 13,2009, a boy celebrated his birthday. He was stuck at home, and received a video game about making stuff at home using ingame currency and materials
jump forward to today! where we are all now stuck at home... and a lot of us are playing a video game where we make stuff at home with ingame currency and materials...
But hopefully more of us will survive this version!!! and I wanted to celebrate this momentous holiday with all the crazy trolls and universal frog logic that grew up with alot of us during the happy horse years!
and even if you didn't read homestuck (and honestly i can't blame you) then you can still enjoy this day with a fun little zodiac quiz!http://hs.hiveswap.com/ezodiac/index.php
here you can figure out your true sign, as well as lunar sway, and blood color! so now we know what level of subjugation you will recieve based on things that you cannot control ^^
So let's make today purrfect! :33
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Wow, I'm glad that the test that I posted stimulated such a discussion!
How is everyone this weekend?
>The Caregiver is an altruist, moved by compassion, generosity and selflessness to help others. Although prone to martyrdom and enabling behaviors, the inner Caregiver helps us raise our children, aid those in need, and build structures to sustain life and health. Caregivers first seek to help others, which they do with compassion and generosity. A risk the Caregiver takes in their pursuit to help others is their tendency to harm themselves. They dislike selfishness, especially in themselves, and fear what it might make them do.
>Shadow Side: The martyr. This will manifest itself in your desire to control others by making them feel guilty, e.g. “Look at all I sacrificed for you!” The martyr evidences itself in all manipulative or devouring behaviors, in which you use care-taking to control or smother others. It is also found in co-dependence; a compulsive need to take care of, or rescue others.
>Life Goal: Help others through sacrifice
>Fear: Selfishness, ingratitude
>Response to Problem: Take care of those it harms
>Life Task: Give without maiming self or others
>Personal Gifts: Compassion, generosity, nurturing, community
>Personal Pitfalls: Martyrdom, enabling others, co-dependence, guilt-tripping
Hits home a bit, yeah.