Thursday, March 25, 2010

The Meaning of a Name: Doris Tate and Ewan McGregor Compares Polanski to His Mother

I haven't done this in awhile and thought it would be interesting to put in Sharon's mother's name and see what it says:
You entered: Doris Gwendolyn Willet Tate

There are 24 letters in your name.

Those 24 letters total to 113

There are 8 vowels and 16 consonants in your name.

What your first name means:  Greek Female Gift. In Greek mythology, the daughter of Oceanus and mother of the sea-nymph Nereids; also the name of a district of Greece. Famous bearer: American actress Doris Day.

Your number is: 5

The characteristics of #5 are: Expansiveness, visionary, adventure, the constructive use of freedom.

The expression or destiny for #5:

The number 5 Expression endows with the wonderful characteristic of multi-talents and versatility. You can do so many things well. The tone of the number 5 is constructive freedom, and in your drive to attain this freedom, you will likely be the master of adaptability and change. You are good at presenting ideas and knowing how to approach people to get what you want. Naturally, this gives you an edge in any sort of selling game and spells easy success when it comes to working with people in most jobs. Your popularity may lead you toward some form of entertainment or amusement. Whatever you do, you are clever, analytical, and a very quick thinker.

If there is too much of the 5 energy in your makeup, you may express some the negative attitudes of the number. Your restless and impatient attitude may keep you from staying with any project for too long. Sometimes you can be rather erratic and scatter yourself and your energies. You have a hard time keeping regular office hours and maintaining any sort of a routine. You tend to react strongly if you sense that your freedom of speech or action is being impaired or restricted in any way. As clever as you are, you may have a tendency to make the same mistakes over and over again because much of your response is glib reaction rather that thoughtful application. You are in a continuous state of flux brought by constantly changing interests.

Your Soul Urge number is: 1

A Soul Urge number of 1 means:

Your Soul Urge is the number 1. With a Soul Urge number of 1, you want to lead and direct, to work independent of supervision, by yourself or with subordinates. You take pride in your abilities and want to be recognized for them. You may seek opportunities to display your strength and usefulness, wanting to create and originate. In your desire to manage the big picture and the main issues, you may often leave the details to others.

The positive 1 Soul Urge is Ambitious and determined, a leader seeking opportunities. There is a great deal of honesty and loyalty in this character. If you possess positive 1 Soul Urge qualities, you are very attainment oriented and driven to success. You are a loyal friend and strictly fair in your business dealings.

The negative side of the 1 Soul Urge must be avoided. A negative 1 is apt to dominate situations and people; the home, the spouse, the family and the business. Emotions aren't strong in this nature. If you possess an excess of 1 energy, you may, at times, be boastful and egotistic. You must avoid being too critical and impatient of trifles. The great need of the 1 Soul Urge is the development of friendliness, and a sincere interest in people.

Your Inner Dream number is: 4

An Inner Dream number of 4 means:

You dream of being a very solid citizen that people can depend upon. You strive for organization and predictable order. You want to be recognized as a person with a plan and the discipline to make that plan work like clockwork.

--From this site:

Here's an interesting small article I found today:
Ewan McGregor has compared Roman Polanski to his mother, because they are both “annoying”, and “usually right”.

The 38-year-old Scottish actor worked with the legendary film director on new thriller The Ghost Writer. McGregor plays an author who discovers a deadly secret when he is commissioned to write the memoirs of a former British Prime Minister. He found the role extremely challenging because he was constantly being criticised by Polanski.

“Roman doesn’t sugar-coat his notes to anyone – he tells it as he sees it,” McGregor told Total Film magazine. “We were doing one scene and Roman wanted a pillar moved two inches to the right, so there was a props guy with a drill trying to unscrew this pillar.
“I was running the lines and Roman just grabbed my script and said, ‘No! Why would you f**king play it like this? You would play it like this…’ Then he walked away and grabbed the drill out of the props guy’s hands and said, ‘Why are you doing it like this? You f**king drill it like that!’

“Once you learn not to take it personally, it’s fantastic and he’s like your mother – annoyingly, usually right.”

The Ghost Writer will be released worldwide on April 16.
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