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Aries and Human Relationships
We know that life is enjoyable, living from day to day, meeting the ordinary routine, receiving something good and giving service to others in a happy, joyful way. Arians can never be classed with types who allow their everyday world to become inane and meaningless. The natural fire of the sign imparts to Arians an ambition and driving power which forces them into unique methods of action even in old fields. They are never among those who allow their lives to run along in ruts, for their temperaments are explosive when confined within narrow boundaries.
The third labor deals with these very routine matters-our chores, our everyday associates and close relatives. Everyday experiences can become monotonous unless we make an effort to invest the day with a power above and beyond the ordinary mental speed at which the mundane world travels. We find people turning to literature, reading stories of human experience, which aid in lifting them to this higher mental level.
Arians should know that this third labor has to do with the mind as it meets its mundane affairs. The Arian, above all the signs, is in a position to infuse color and meaning into daily routine. He has the power to create something new; to allow his vibrant, colorful personality to impart a portion of itself into the day's meaning. Arians bring spice and flavor to what otherwise could be gloomy and dull. This sparkle added to the daily "dose of life" brings rich rewards to the lucky Arians who seize the opportunity of transforming simple chores in this manner. They do not wait for life to change, but they change themselves, thus elevating their existences to another level. This is truly handling the problems of daily routine with typical Arian dexterity.