If he can be real with himself, and honest with who (and how) he loves, romance with this lovely air sign can be a fantasy come to life.
The ultimate social butterfly, the Libra man may not spend enough time at home to really make it his own.
In the workplace, Libras are idea men, always ready to put their analytical minds to use brainstorming and delving into the world of inspiration.
These guys really shine in visual fields like photography and film, or merchandising and design – areas where look-and-feel influences how the brain interprets meaning.
As long as there’s a message and meaning behind the facade, a Libra stands a chance of being more than a passing flash in the pan.
The Libran trait of indecisiveness means they tend to vacillate between three or more vocations might make this man look like a jack-of-all-trades, but read over his resume and you might find the master of none.
A Libran male is the ultimate , a fairy prince who flits from scene to scene creating stirs and causing little dust-ups before inevitably disappearing in a puff of pixie powder.
He’s a natural poet who loves composing lyrical odes to utopian ideals of truth, unity, and beauty.
Advertising and creative teams tend to be stacked to the gills with eager Libra men sketching out style guides a mile a minute.
Often their ideas flow faster then they can tack them down, so it can be ideal if they’re in a position to have people working under them to transform the ephemeral into the actual.
And it’s a perfect world, a castle in the air that he builds over days of lazy daydreaming and doodling, woolgathering and noodling – but in the end, what does he have to show for all his beautiful ideas? Creating something real from his brilliant inspirations and building a concrete platform for his visions will help this optimistic Libra man commit to being a part of something that will have greater meaning for him in the long run – which can be hard to imagine for this man who tends to live completely in the moment.