Cadet Smirk (jayarr) wrote,
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The Name Game


Although the name George creates an interest in the deeper aspects of life, we emphasize that it frustrates you through a scattered and emotional nature. This name, when combined with the last name, can frustrate happiness, contentment, and success, as well as cause health weaknesses in the heart, lungs, bronchial area, liver, and bloodstream.

Your name of George is a dual influence: at times you can be extremely happy, expressive, full of fun, and good-natured; yet at other times you find congenial association impossible, being controlled by self-pity, moods, and depression. If you could express only the constructive qualities and restrain the negative qualities of your nature, you would always be good company. These contrasting qualities make it difficult for people to understand you and can lead to friction in your personal life. You are deep, philosophical, and refined, but your extremely sensitive nature causes you to become depressed over any real or imagined slight.
Wow. That's almost spot on. Of course, it's also rather generic. Nonetheless, the mentions of "the deeper aspects of life," weaknesses in the liver, and almost all of the second paragraph are all accurate. Well done, strange Eastern philosophy website.

Oh, the Latin form of George, unsurprisingly, is Georgius, and means farmer, colonist, tiller, or cultivator of the soil. My middle name, Calvin, comes from the Latin Calvus, meaning bald. So on top of the somewhat unhappy name analysis from the Far East, my Western roots would have you believe I'm a bald farmer. I can't win, man.

Oy vey.

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