What’s in a name?

Fairly on the head, but not totally. It’s interesting how (according to these people) a slight spelling change (add an s to the end for example) totally changes who I am. Somehow, I don’t believe that a name tells you who you are. I feel much better knowing that I was fearfully and wonderfully made by a loving God. I am who he created me to be and a name is just a name, or perhaps God named me as well (via my parents). The last part intrigues me though- my delight in mystery has drawn me into a realtionship with God (the greatest mystery), but I really dislike “just” religion.

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Your first name of Nicholas has given you a clever, deep mind and the talent to excel in highly inspirational lines of endeavour as a dramatist, musician, writer, or artist. You can be lifted by beauty in all forms and you are at the most creative when inspired. Your expressive, affectionate nature responds very quickly through your feelings, but you must guard against being possessive and jealous. You feel and sense much that you do not fully understand and cannot express. Your delight in mystery could draw you into occult studies or religions.

Your name of Nick has given you an idealistic nature with a desire to help others. Your initiative often causes you to be the first to act when you see a need. Since you are impressionable and receptive, you feel the misfortunes of others very keenly. However, this name makes it awkward for you to express your deeper thoughts and feelings with finesse and diplomacy to the extent that your candid, sometimes blunt, manner of speaking creates misunderstandings with others. Being somewhat self-centred, you learn through your own experiences, as you rarely take advice from others. Yet, you are sensitive and very easily hurt and offended. You long for praise and appreciation for your efforts, but others find it difficult to understand you.
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Kabalarian Philosophy – Merging Eastern Wisdom with Western Practicality