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Anonymous said: Hi I have been going through the Taurus tag and I've found all this stuff about Taurus's being dead inside and I do know that it's pretty much the truth for me but is it actually a Taurus trait?

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I got nothing on Taurus tag in search results.
Taurus keep things inside, do the most of the damage to them, also they have a very strong grip over their desires and emotions and they often tend to be really hard of themselves. You can imagine the output of this… if things have gone too far on your side, this could be very true.

Edit: this could happen with anyone. Please pay attention. As a fellow said, I’d recommend you to study your chart first.

I think people think we are emotionally barren and boring, because we have the meanest poker face. I like to keep a lock on my emotions (and even desires somewhat) as much as I can, because I feel that they snowball quickly, and other people sometimes take advantage of that sensitive side. I feel like those emotions are only really meant for people I trust, and that other people aren’t really privy to them. It’s embarrassing.

If a Taurus is saying that they feel emotionally dead inside, it’s usually one of two things (at least for me): people aren’t giving back or appreciating enough, which frankly happens a lot. We are givers- that’s how we roll, but we forget that some signs don’t give like we do, and get super disappointed. OR- We just went through something that was the equivalent of an emotional hurricane, and feel a little burnt out. We generally are slow and consistent emotionally, so things end up piling up and making us bull in a china shop angry. It takes a  little bit to bounce back.

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Genghis Khan had a government with a code name “yassa” that had a standard of equality towards everybody. He prohibited stealing, defection of soldiers, wife stealing, and other rules which made everything safer. He gave full protection to everybody and had no favorites with anybody.  The Mongol Empire did not emphasize the importance of ethnicity and race in the administrative realm, instead, He believed that appointments and responsibilities should be given by talent and skills not by wealth. 
Mongols were highly tolerant of most religions, and typically sponsored several at the same time. At the time of Genghis Khan in the 13th century, virtually every religion had found converts, from Buddhism to Christianity and Islam. To avoid strife, Genghis Khan set up an institution that ensured complete religious freedom, though he himself was a shamanist. Under his administration, all religious leaders were exempt from taxation, and from public service. Mongol emperors were known for organizing competitions of religious debates among clerics, and these would draw large audiences.

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Genghis Khan had a government with a code name “yassa” that had a standard of equality towards everybody. He prohibited stealing, defection of soldiers, wife stealing, and other rules which made everything safer. He gave full protection to everybody and had no favorites with anybody.  The Mongol Empire did not emphasize the importance of ethnicity and race in the administrative realm, instead, He believed that appointments and responsibilities should be given by talent and skills not by wealth. 

Mongols were highly tolerant of most religions, and typically sponsored several at the same time. At the time of Genghis Khan in the 13th century, virtually every religion had found converts, from Buddhism to Christianity and Islam. To avoid strife, Genghis Khan set up an institution that ensured complete religious freedom, though he himself was a shamanist. Under his administration, all religious leaders were exempt from taxation, and from public service. Mongol emperors were known for organizing competitions of religious debates among clerics, and these would draw large audiences.

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