A very special Virgo
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A very special Virgoan
Brian Gray is deeply perceptive. Remember the story of the Princess and the Pea? Brian could detect a lentil under a million mattresses. Not, you understand that Brian spends his time looking for things to criticise. Far from it, Brian goes out of his way to avoid finding fault. It’s just that faults have a way of finding him. It is as if they walk up to him and tap him on the shoulder saying “Brian, look at me can’t you see how badly madedesignedorganised I am? Please put me out of my misery. For heavens’ sake let someone know what is wrong with me and tell them how to put me right!” Brian Gray is a kind, sympathetic person who is always willing to help. How can he resist such a request? Reluctantly, for he knows it will cause controversy and he hates any form of conflict, he will come bravely to the aid of this poor little problem.
Or so, at least that’s
how it seems to be. Brian Gray is a Virgo and all Virgos find themselves, for some inexplicable reason, being labelled ‘fussy.’ Brian, though is actually very broad minded, tolerant and far sighted. He can forgive a thousand transgressions and excuse a multitude of mistakes. You can take advantage of his endless good nature and generally abuse his willingness to be friendly without ever hearing so much as a word of complaint. If, though, as you walk all over Brian you commit the cardinal sin of leaving your shoelaces undone, you will soon hear sharp words of complaint. There is though, a reason why Brian is so often easy going, restrained, and liable to take the blame for things which are not his fault. Given his impeccable eye for detail, his infallible insight into other people, and his accurate good judgement he could soon end up ruling the world. To ensure that others have at least a fighting chance nature has imbued Brian Gray with a small handicap in the shape of a mild (and totally inappropriate) inferiority complex.