Tag Archive: Nancy

The Wheel

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“What goes up, must come down. Spinning wheel, got to go round.” Spheres, discs, circles, wheels. One of the greatest inventions of humankind, the wheel; allowing us first better and easier transport of… Continue reading

The Hermit

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The Hermit is a solitary person, whether by choice or necessity. Perhaps an aesthete, perhaps a shut-in. Maybe selfishly contemplating his own navel at the expense of social connection, maybe transcending so far… Continue reading

Strength

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Who is strong? A strongman, certainly. A weight-lifter, a body builder. A laborer, a marathon runner, a long-distance swimmer. Ants are incredibly strong for their body-weight, and a human hair is three times… Continue reading

The Chariot

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If life is a road, or a series of roads, or a path less taken, still somehow we are conveyed upon it in one direction or another. Sometimes it is by our own… Continue reading

The Lovers

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“Love is not about possession. Love is about appreciation.” Osho “To love is to burn, to be on fire.” Jane Austen “Love is the voice under all silences, the hope which has no… Continue reading

The Hierophant

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How did the word “orthodoxy” become one that people shy away from? And how is that the word “dogma”, the concept of a “rule of life”, or any sort of mystical and/or religious… Continue reading

The Emperor

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Veni, vidi, vici. With great power comes great responsibility. And I shall call it, “this land”. Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. The Emperor is a challenging card for many, given its association… Continue reading

The Empress

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A woman reclines in the height of the warm summer sunlight, the Earth in bloom around her, sprouting fields and flowers and birds and bees and all good living things. She is young,… Continue reading

The High Priestess

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She sits quietly, or stands powerfully, or watches with equanimity from the center of the stones. She is old beyond belief, her will stronger than iron, her wisdom deeper than the sea. Look… Continue reading

The Magician

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For every will there is a way, for every job, a tool. If we can visualize our destination, we can then construct the journey which leads to the top. If we focus our… Continue reading