Though you two might be attracted to each other in the beginning for your differences, in the end, you're on two opposite sides of the fence when it comes to some very important issues, and that could be the downfall of the relationship. We're all looking for a lover who matches up with us in terms of the important things in life -- our life philosophies, if you will. Well, the two of you have life philosophies that are galaxies apart!
You are much more serious and philosophical than your partner is; you think things through and you've arrived at some very solid values that you live by -- a code of honor, almost, that informs your life and all your decisions. Because of that, you might be very attracted, at first, to this person for the fact that they just seem to fly by the seat of their pants. Their boldness excites you, and their lucky flair with life impresses you. They might be very attracted, in turn, to your much more studied view of things. They might look at you and wish some of your directedness, some of your sense of values and ideals, would rub off on them. And it might; you do stand the chance of teaching each other all about your own way of doing things. Unfortunately, trouble is much more likely. After a while, you both want to just do things your own way and be comfortable, instead of always having to stretch yourself for the other person.