approach to life and appearances
The following is a description of George's basic stance toward life, the way others see him, the way George Orwell comes across, the face he shows to the world. In the page about motivation you will read about the inner George Orwell - 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 George Orwell" may not shine through and others may be in for so a few surprises once they get to know George a little better. This page describes the disguise Orwell wears, his role in life, while the page about motivation talks about the real person beneath the disguise.
Modest, unobtrusive, and often rather quiet or shy, he is a person who is content to stay in the background or to serve as an assistant, in the supporting role rather than in the lead. He is quite humble in his own assessment of himself; he seeks perfection, with a tendency to be overly self-critical. No matter how well he does something, George Orwell always sees the flaws in it and how it could be improved. Often Orwell will simply refuse to attempt something because he feels he cannot meet his own high standards.
George Orwell has an eye for detail and he gets upset when something is not done just so, usually something others consider rather inconsequential or trivial. He is hard to please and his relationships with others may suffer because of this. George Orwell also has refined sensitivities and is very discriminating and particular in his choice of foods, clothes, friends, artwork, etc. Order in Orwell's environment is very important to Orwell.
Orwell steps into situations rather cautiously, and not without realistically assessing all of the risks and potential advantages involved. Unless something is a safe bet, he is unlikely to dive into it. George Orwell tends to underestimate his own capacities and to lack confidence and trust in life, which inhibits his spontaneity. Worrying is a bad habit of his. On the other hand, George rarely falls flat on his face and what he does, he does very well.
Others see George Orwell as a self-sufficient and rather self-contained person. Orwell has a strong sense of propriety. Politeness, good manners, and correct behavior are important to him. His clear, cool, objective and non-emotional attitude is apparent to others first, and though he is really quite helpful and caring, he does not radiate much sympathy and as a result, others may not see the helpful side as readily. George may seem more businesslike and factual as well as more conservative than he really is at heart. He is the person others might go to for technical advice or an unbiased opinion, but not for emotional support.
He is keenly observant, intelligent, and has a great desire for learning and for self-improvement, but he is not especially ambitious and is often satisfied with a rather simple, unglamourous position in life.
George Orwell appears to have a very honorable and generous attitude toward others, as if he has their best interests at heart. Because others view Orwell as a tolerant, understanding, and even wise person, they may also turn to him for counsel.
George Orwell seems quirky, unusual, offbeat and "different". Sometimes it seems that he is trying to provoke people and upset the status quo just by being himself. Orwell tends to be restless, excitable, and somewhat ungrounded or nervous as well.
George Orwell tends to get excited easily and may act a bit restless in the presence of other people. Always in motion, Orwell seems to come across like a whirlwind and has a constant need for different and new experiences.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Jupiter Opposition Asc.
Uranus Square Asc.
Asc. Conjunct Uranus/MC