approach to life and appearances
The following is a description of Wilbur's basic stance toward life, the way others see him, the way Wilbur Wright comes across, the face he shows to the world. In the page about motivation you will read about the inner Wilbur Wright - 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 Wilbur Wright" may not shine through and others may be in for so a few surprises once they get to know Wilbur a little better. This page describes the disguise Wright wears, his role in life, while the page about motivation talks about the real person beneath the disguise.
Ferociously proud and somewhat vain, Wilbur Wright likes to be impressive and to be considered special and unique. He is not timid, meek, or self-effacing, and is rarely content with staying in the background or in a subordinate position. He is a natural leader, and does not take orders from others very well. Wright must have something of his own, something creative - be it a business, a project, a home or whatever - that he can develop and manage according to his own will and vision. Whatever Wilbur does, he does it in a unique, dramatic, individual way. He likes to put his own personal stamp on it.
Wilbur Wright also has a very strong sense of dignity, self-respect, and personal honor and is deeply offended if someone treats him in a humiliating or dishonorable way. Wright will rarely confront the offender - he is too proud to do so - but he will lose his affection and respect for them. Wilbur dislikes pettiness and hates to be snubbed or ignored.
Wright admires others who are strong individuals like himself. When Wilbur Wright befriends someone, Wright is tremendously loyal, sincere, and willing to go to extraordinary lengths to make that person happy. He is very giving and generous, but his gifts are never anonymous - Wilbur expects recognition and appreciation for them. He also expects the intense loyalty that he offers to his dear ones to be reciprocated. However, Wilbur Wright often has trouble developing relationships with people who are as strong as himself, for he does not really cooperate or share the leading role very easily. If he is not in the leading role, he aspires to be and will compete with the person who is.
Wilbur Wright has great heart and courage, and people often look to him for strength, encouragement, and affirmation. Wilbur always puts his best face forward and rarely allows others to see him hurting, disheartened, or vulnerable. Wilbur Wright also has a very strong need for love, admiration, appreciation, and praise, although he does not like others to realize just how important it is to him.
His outlook on life tends to be very personal and rather self-centered. His own self-expression, self-actualization and self-realization interest Wilbur more than anything else. Wilbur Wright feels that if he does his best where he is, the rest of the world will take care of itself.
Others may see Wilbur as a cool, reserved and unapproachable person, perhaps as a result of his conservative and stern upbringing. Wilbur Wright could feel that no one understands him and tends to isolate himself from others.
He may feel that personal relationships are interfering with the pursuit of his goals and chooses to lead a life on his own. But at the same time Wilbur Wright often may feel lonely and alienated by others.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Asc. Opposition Sun/Saturn
Asc. Opposition Saturn/MC