Bob Rivers seeks to make his inner wealth outwardly manifest and substantial.
Bob Rivers led a life which was open to the outside world. His personal consciousness was forged by the heat of outer events. He was inclined to adopt the most objective viewpoint possible to be pragmatic and perhaps even materialistic.
Bob Rivers, while contributing to important social causes or collective ideals, tends to keep his individual identity intact. For this reason, although he may become personally involved in social affairs, he is likely to resist any project he will be unable to lead himself, according to his own individual direction. He tends to identify himself with an activity with social implications and attempt to know himself through this activity.
Bob Rivers is ambitious and has a natural tendency to better himself socially and intellectually. His ideas and aspirations are grandiose, and he will be eager to share them with others. Although Bob is kind-hearted, he enjoys being in control of situations. He derives great fulfillment from the role of the protector and will surround himself with people who need him. Bob is eager to obtain recognition and honor, but extremely fearful of disgrace. His visions derive from his ambitions, often aglow with idealism. However, they may be somewhat unrealistic and impractical. Social recognition and esteem are essential to Bob, and he will demonstrate an amazing ability to achieve the high goals he sets for himself.
Bob Rivers lives in a world which is in continual contact with his dreams and subconscious. He cannot live without love, and, like water which flows into and takes on the shape of the vessel which contains it, he is always ready to submerge himself in another person. Stirred by forces he does not control, he may be aroused by passions which are impervious to the restraints of reason and logic. He is an emotive creature in harmony with the flow of his feelings, impulses, and urges.
Bob Rivers struggled to get into natural harmony with the physical world and the limitations and restraints it placed upon him. He tended to be idealistic and disconnected from practical considerations, and barely paid any attention to material things like food, money, his surroundings, and so on. He tended to be footloose and fancy-free, oblivious to the necessities of survival in the physical world, until his lack of material resources became an emergency. This feeling of being out of touch with material things and the physical dimension of reality might sometimes lead him to see himself as unfit for this world. He may think he cannot attach himself to anything that would sustain his efforts at self-expression. However, his impractical nature offers many positive aspects. He sees life’s possibilities as limitless. He is apt to develop his imagination or pursue a spiritual quest in order to transcend the material world.