Pisces man can be everything you want him to be or everything you do not want him to be. A tide in his affairs is synonymous
with opportunity. It requires a firm decision, determined action, and the ability to drown any old, soggy dreams that prevent
success. The trouble is that some Pisces men never recognize that tide at its flood, even when is sloshes over their feet.
The Pisces man is not weak. It is just that he man lingers too long on a fading, Silver Star, and misses the bright
sunlight of success. Not all Pisceans are gentle dreamers. But more of them than you can scatter with a pebble are.
However, there is hope. There is always hope, where there is life. Although the world needs his lovely imagination
only too desperately, there comes a time when the Pisces male has to go about the business of earning his potatoes. When he
does that, he has a snap of it, because the Neptune intuition coupled with his clever mind can turn him toward sensible goals
which could bring him fame and recognition-even wealth and immortality.
However, if, say by the age of twenty-five or so, he has not recognized that tide in his affairs, frankly, his future is not
too hopeful. You think that is unfair? All right, make it by the age of thrity-five, but you are gambling. When I said his future is
not too hopeful, I meant with you. As a wife-with the family routine. His personal future can be more or less satisfactory. Lots
of Pisces men who can ot bury stale dreams and dig up fresh ideas for success live fairly contented lives. That’s because all they
need is that dream, rusty as it is around the edge. Add a jug of wine, a loaf of good rye bread, and he is as happy as most of us
other misfits. Ah! You noticed I stopped short of one item. It is a loaf of bread, a jug of wine and thou-right? I am glad you are
up on the Rubricate. But you see, I left “thou” out on purpose. The dreamy, sensitive, artistic flash can exist nicely on bread
and wine-even thrive on it. But such a diet won’t feed a wife, One to five little bundles of joy, and who knows, may be even
some goldfish and guppies. You need things life stockings and cosmetics and shoes and spinach and rent money and celery and
milk and light bulbs and, you know what I mean.
Now, I did not say you would not be happy in the romantic hours. That’s one thing no kind of Pisces ever born will
ever be short of romance. They fairly breathe it. It is just that it is not substitute for spinach and baby shoes, or your sanity.
The planets, in their wisdom, take care of such complications of life by giving oodles of chances for this dreamy, unworldly type
of Piscean male to become a protégé.
You have to admit it just won’t work. Better say farewell to him right now. You will cry a little, and it may hurt-even
deeply. But not as much as being married to a walking, talking dream, and having to face the landlord with nothing but empty
wishes in your pocketbook. That really hurts.
Now that we have been brave and practical about the bread and wine type, we can talk about the other kind of
Pisces, the one who grabbed the tide at its flood; Obviously, He is a real catch for any girl. There is always the chance he could
turn out to be an Einstein or a George Washington,which would be simply wonderful. You could not ask for much more, though
I suppose Einstein might have been a little engrossed in his equations on weekends and George may have brought a few
problems home from the office at night. But you do not have to seek perfection. Even a super practical Capricorn or an
aggressive, Driving Aries man can have little flaws. The point is that a Piscean who fights his way upstream will have plenty of
chances t5o lay the twin gifts of fame and fortune at your feel, And he is quite a guy in other ways too.