What you need to understand about this horoscope sign.
Aries (March 21 – April 19)
It’s no wonder that Aries, the bold rams, are the first sign in the zodiac because they want to be in charge. Aries is a brave and ambitious sign that charges headfirst into even the most difficult circumstances (which is appropriate, since the body part associated with Aries is the head). Aries, like their fellow fire signs Leo and Sagittarius, is a passionate, driven, and self-assured leader who fosters community by their upbeat demeanour and unwavering resolve. Simple and clear in their approach, they frequently become irritated by lengthy intricacies and pointless complexities. Their attitude, which is reflected in their sexual preferences, is that they prefer quick and nasty.
Aries, a cardinal sign, is the first sign of the zodiac wheel and the beginning of spring. Astrologers hold that each sign absorbs the lessons—both happy and painful—learned by the signs that come before it. Aries, on the other hand, lacks innate knowledge and instead leads with a reckless optimism and electrifying joie de vivre that perfectly balances their characteristic impulsivity.
These fire signs consider their actions before leaping, which frequently leads to painful lessons being taught. The opposing sign of Aries, Libra, stands for cooperation, whereas Aries is the sign of the individual spirit. These rams follow the “every man for himself” principle. Although this self-reliance can be motivating, Aries needs to be cautious of any egotistical inclinations.
Mars, the powerful red planet named after the Roman god of battle, rules this sign. So these brave rams are always equipped and prepared to fight. Although their outbursts are brief, Aries is notorious for having an explosive temper, so it’s best to stay away from fiery rams until the steam has subsided. However, when these brash rams aren’t losing their cool, they’re cheerful, optimistic, and playful animals who delight in living life to the fullest. You can always tell an Aries when they are dominating in sports, zooming down the road, or planning an exciting party activity.