approach to life and appearances
The following is a description of Charles' basic stance toward life, the way others see him, the way Charles Aznavour comes across, the face he shows to the world. In the page about motivation you will read about the inner Charles Aznavour - his real motivation, which describes the kind of person he is at heart and where his true priorities lie. Study this page and the next one and compare them - there may be significant differences between the two, in which case "the inner Charles Aznavour" may not shine through and others may be in for so a few surprises once they get to know Charles a little better. This page describes the disguise Aznavour wears, his role in life, while the page about motivation talks about the real person beneath the disguise.
Cautious, prudent, and rather self-contained, he is a person who approaches life realistically and who is not inclined to take foolish chances or get carried away by the overly optimistic or idealistic schemes of starry-eyed dreamers. In fact, Charles Aznavour frequently has a jaundiced view of such things. He is rather worldly-wise at a fairly young age, even somewhat of a cynic. Often the world does not seem like a safe, friendly place to Aznavour, and he tends to approach life in a guarded, conservative manner. He is generally calculated and careful, and is rarely spontaneous, fluid, open, and childlike.
He is pragmatic, shrewd, and an excellent strategist, carefully planning his moves for maximum effectiveness and advantage. He is willing to work long and persistently for what he wants and he often does things the hard way. Charles does not expect others to take care of him and sometimes refuses or simply does not seek any outside help. He is often very ambitious, but quietly so. There is nothing flamboyant or flashy about his approach. He is very responsible, conscientious, and concerned with his duties to others and how he comes across socially - his "rank" so to speak.
To others Charles Aznavour seems mature, serious, quiet, reflective, and emotionally detached. Charles dislikes sloppy sentimentality and will not openly display his feelings, especially the more tender ones. Aznavour likes to always appear poised and in control; and he hates to show any weakness, vulnerability, or chinks in his armor.
Charles Aznavour respects tradition and the time-honored way of doing things, and he feels that there is much to be gained from studying history and also by learning from older, more experienced people. A wise mentor or father is often Aznavour's guide in life, and he in turn develops a great deal of hard-earned wisdom, which he likes to impart to younger people.
Charles Aznavour has a stern, authoritarian, no-nonsense aspect to his personality. He expects much from himself and may not give himself enough leeway to experiment and make mistakes.
He also tends to be rather close-fisted, to save and conserve his money and resources rather than spending or enjoying them. Charles Aznavour spends money on things of quality and of lasting value, things which are good investments, but not frivolous, temporary pleasures. There is a bit of the ascetic in him. Charles exercises great self-discipline and self-control and he can "do without" very well. His tastes are generally understated and simple.
Though he may have other, more colorful and imaginative sides, the face Aznavour shows the world is modest and rather conservative.
Charles Aznavour comes across as unusual, highly independent, and free spirited. There is a touch of brilliance and creative genius in his demeanor. He is also restless and easily distracted, and tends to fly from one thing to another, which may leave the impression that Aznavour is unreliable.
Charles Aznavour tends to get easily excited and may act a bit restless in the presence of other people. Always in motion, Aznavour comes across like a whirlwind and has a constant need for different and new experiences.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus Sextile Asc.
Asc. Conjunct Uranus/MC