Princess Kako Akishino of Japan
approach to life and appearances
The following is a description of Princess Kako's basic stance toward life, the way others see her, the way Princess Kako Akishino of Japan comes across, the face she shows to the world. In the page about motivation you will read about the inner Princess Kako Akishino of Japan - her real motivation, which describes the kind of person she is at heart and where her 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 Princess Kako Akishino of Japan" may not shine through and others may be in for so a few surprises once they get to know Princess Kako a little better. This page describes the disguise Kako of Akishino wears, her role in life, while the page about motivation talks about the real person beneath the disguise.
Forward-looking and progressive, she is a person who supports change, innovation, and human advancement, and Princess Kako Akishino of Japan is often strongly committed to a humanitarian cause or social improvement. She is extremely aware of the interrelations between all people, and is always projecting personal issues unto a greater whole. Kako of Akishino sees the political or social ramifications of personal actions, and she wishes to contribute something of value to the world, or at least to her community or group.
The ideals of equality, fairness, human rights, brotherhood, and social justice color Princess Kako's whole outlook and approach to life. She is truly interested in the good of the whole and not only her own personal well-being.
Sometimes she may overlook or ignore her own and others' personal needs, desires, and feelings, especially if they do not conform to her ideals of how one should feel or act. Though she has little patience for conservative narrow-mindedness, Princess Kako Akishino of Japan herself is sometimes dogmatic about her beliefs and ideologies.
She is attracted to the avant-garde, the latest advances in human thought and development, and she is eclectic and cosmopolitan in her tastes. She may consider herself a "global citizen" rather than claiming a narrow, limited identification based on nationality, race, familial heritage, etc. Princess Kako Akishino of Japan is strongly influenced by her peer group and the flavor of the times in which she grew up, more so than by parental or family influences. She is involved and active in groups, community efforts, as well as cultural and progressive movements.
On a personal level, Princess Kako Akishino of Japan is friendly and expresses a kind of impersonal good will towards others. Kako of Akishino probably has many acquaintances but few really close friends, and much of Kako of Akishino's relationships with others are based on a sharing of common ideals and principles, rather than on emotional ties. Others see Princess Kako Akishino of Japan as a good friend and a comrade who is objective, fair and rather detached emotionally. Princess Kako does not often show her emotions, and may be unsure about how to respond to others' emotional expression, for she tends to be very rational.
Princess Kako Akishino of Japan is also very independent and refuses to be possessed by any individual. Princess Kako Akishino of Japan is not comfortable with traditional sexual roles and is inclined to have "liberated" views about marriage, relationships, sharing of child rearing responsibilities, etc. Princess Kako Akishino of Japan needs to have a life outside of the personal, domestic sphere and to be involved with people on a broader scale. The nurturing of family ties, and close, deep, personal relationships may take a back seat to Kako of Akishino's work or outside social activities.
Her emotional responses, feelings, and prejudices come across to others quite clearly and Princess Kako Akishino of Japan could be seen as a rather moody, inconsistent creature. On the other hand, she is not impersonal or removed, so people are drawn to confide in her. At times Kako of Akishino may wish she was not so easy to read.
Princess Kako Akishino of Japan appears to be sweet to other people, and she knows how to use charm, persuasion, and affection rather than more direct (but possibly disagreeable) methods to get her point across. Being overly concerned with appearances and surface beauty is possible; and if so, Princess Kako Akishino of Japan may also seem vain and narcissistic to others.
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