"Fire and water," he said, "don't really mix. You could say they're incompatible. But when they do love each other, they love passionately."
- Cornelia Funke
- Cornelia Funke
The term 'opposites attract' was perhaps coined keeping this particular pair in mind, the Piscean being water to the Sagittarian's fire. They might cancel out each other, or kindle each other's spirits, but rest assured that with these two together, there's never a dull moment.
The Sagittarius-Pisces Working Relationship
In a work-based relationship, these two would hardly take a wrong step when they are together. Both these signs are open to changes, and are ready to view things from the other's perspective. They also hold each other's judgments in high regard and give ample freedom to experiment. If the Piscean's humbleness strikes the right balance with the Sagittarian's larger-than-life persona, this working pair can undoubtedly reach for the stars.
In certain aspects, these two make an unbeatable working relationship. The Piscean has truckloads of patience, a perfect foil to the Sagittarian's restless demeanor. Both these signs are mutable, so neither feels the need to "control" the partnership. The Sagittarian likes to look at the larger picture, whereas the Piscean pays minute attention to detail.
The Sagittarius-Pisces Friendship
If the friendship between the two was to be summarized in a word, it would have to be 'interesting'. The opposing elements in their nature acts as a catalyst in bringing them close, but from here on, their fate relies on sheer hard work. Sagittarians are ruthless when dealing with anything that displeases them, and can effortlessly pulverize the sensitive Piscean with their scathing words. The Sagittarian is frank to a fault, whereas the Piscean loves to sugar-coat any criticism.
The Piscean's tendency to be perpetually worried can heckle the fearless Sagittarian to no end. And this primarily remains the point of origin for most of their conflicts. Similarly, the Sagittarian's constant need to "go out there and party" can unsettle the timid Piscean, who loves to spend evenings curled up with a nice book.
Sagittarians go great lengths to protect their freedom, and are notoriously hard to pin down. Craving for attention is second nature to Pisceans, which the Sagittarian sees as clingy. So, when the initial attraction fizzles out, it doesn't come as a surprise to either sides, considering that both are quite perceptive enough.
Does this mean that these two shouldn't give it a go at all? Well, of course they should! When there's love involved, there's no saying how people change, sun signs and moon signs be damned. The Piscean will learn to have a heart of steel, and the Sagittarian will climb down from his high horse, if, and only if there's true commitment from both sides.