This is probably why I am a Software Analyst:)
Life Path Number 7: The Scientist
Having a Life Path Number 7 gives you extraordinary gifts for analysis and deep contemplation.
Although you have friends (and would have many more if you weren't so selective), you would be quite content to wile away weeks at a time in an ivory tower researching some obscure topic that is fifty years ahead of it's time.
Life Path Number 7 is the quicksilver of the numbers. With a combination of deep spiritual awareness and an intellect that is razor-sharp, you are able to make intuitive leaps that baffle your teachers, co-workers, friends and occasionally yourself. No, you won't be able to explain how you came to that conclusion, but everyone who knows you knows that you are right.
Life Path Number 7s often have a carefully constructed wall around them. This does not mean you must take yourself off to a therapist, as it is there for a good reason (you are very quick to spot people who are insincere) but it may be something you should be aware of. Not everyone is good at scaling walls and some may need a gentle invitation into your ivory tower, rather than a series of tests to see if they are worthy of entering your inner circle.
Although you are a refined individual, you are one of the least judgemental: You truly see everyone you meet (at least, everyone you feel is worth getting to know) as a whole and vibrant person, regardless of race, wealth or social status. This is probably due to your spiritual guide (whatever form that takes), who you listen to closely and trust above all else - even above normal social mores and occasional laws!
Life Path Number 7s need to associate with people who understand their need for silence and solitude. You really are a person who needs time alone in that ivory tower to contemplate and recharge. To you, daydreaming is a valuable use of time, when creativity and inspiration are at their peak and you dislike anyone trying to 'snap you out of it.'
This is a worthy goal, but one that can occasionally lead to selfishness. It's fine to take time for yourself (lots of it in fact), as long as you allow for the occasional 'emergency needs' of your children and other loved ones.