The Water Person feels, thinks and behaves like water. Water, unlike its fire opposite, is cool and goes down. Water is colorless, tasteless, odorless, and shapeless and therefore qualifies as the quintessential force of life ―― Queen of life. It’s solid, liquid and gaseous.
Its amorphous power makes martial artists and negotiators formidable and invincible.
If fire is passion, water is compassion. Fire goes up and water comes down. Fire persons tend to be condescending (takai-mesen) and sympathetic toward, or pitying the underdogs.
Water persons neither look up to nor look down upon anybody; they just display empathic feelings toward those nearby ―― underdogs or top dogs. Water persons go by the flow, following the Lao Tsu’s instructions of “Water Course”. The gospel of Christianity could have spread around the world without Fire, Wind and Water. The redeemer’s blood must be cleansed, purified to heal the lonely hearts in misery or agony. The missionaries’ job is to provide those hungry and thirsty with the food and water. The water missionaries identify with Jesus and chant along with Negro spiritual singers.
♬♬Jesus met the woman … At the well… ♬♬ Well, readers, the well symbolizes water, that springs. The well, wisdom, woman ―― w-words. WATER. Well, the wave of the future.