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The Craftsman easily detects smallest deviations from esthetic standards in the surrounding world; such disharmony makes him feel distressed, awakes in him a feeling of discomfort, the desire to improve the situation, to perfect what he achieved or actually possesses – not only in the material world, but in his intellectual and spiritual development as well. This is why The Craftsman is exigent to himself and often also to the others. He likes nothing drab, trite and banal, strives for improvement of his own, his friends and family, beginning from the appearance and health, and up to the mental development. He is very curious, has wide range of interests, often he is not self-confident because of increased self-criticism. He needs praise of his capabilities, encouragement of his efforts.

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The Inspector is good at scheduling arrangements and actions for the nearest future, thinking over the details in advance. Such a concrete program of actions is exactly what The Mentor needs, who is 'sinking in doubts'. The Inspector's strict logic of facts leaves no space for exaggerations and conjectures. His cold realism calms down his restless dual, who likes The Inspector's love for stability and order in everything. The Mentor finds him a helper, support and 'good haven' in his stormy emotional life. He easily allows his partner to guide him in practical issues, although he may be obstinate in ideas. In addition, he distracts The Inspector from being too scrupulous in the details, focusing him on general rules and the final objective.

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"Projections change the world into the replica of one's own unknown face."
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I used to play piano too when I was little, but for some reason I was never really interested. So now I am just as good as not having played the piano at all. However, I really like listening to the piano. I had always liked listening to the piano.
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“I am certain of nothing but the holiness of the heart’s affections and the truth of the imagination.”
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KTV version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyfJqnDF-Do

I guess this is what theater is supposed to be like. An emotionally charged argument driven by hurtful words and dark humor. It does make me wonder though if emotional exchanges of this level must be between a couple. I realize that heated exchanges usually occur when the people involved have a big stake in each other. Though I would like to find out if the nature of the relationship can be different, since I would like to avoid romantic plots myself if possible.

EDIT: Turns out it is possible to have one without angsty romance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frYHbTN3-3s
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Sometimes, it doesn't take much to convey a powerful message. Take this mime for example, the tugging of the base of the condom really painted a cute message for this ad. It is quite an interesting twist on an otherwise mechanical action.


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