This evening I went out, to get some natural spring water. It’s a bit of a drive round trip, but well worth it. While I was down in Eden Prairie, I got a couple Wonderful shots of the Sunset. Dawn and Dusk are two of my favorite times of day.
So it was really cool.
What am I grateful for today?
- My Nephew (all smiles usually)
- My cat, Mischief (she appears to have missed me today, very talkative)
- My Friends
- My clients
- The smell of rain in the morning
- Mobile Deposit
I was going to do an earlier post on my daily Tarot draw, but I sat there looking at it, and just couldn’t comprehend what I wanted to say about it, plus what was going on, could possible correlate with it. Might have been the 5ish hours of sleep last night. 🙂
Strength, Courage, Unconditional Love; The Hero is heroism as a feminine force; not how we usually think of the Word. We can accept women as heroes, but we bestow male attributes on them to make them fit our idea of what is heroic: courage to fight, wisdom to “do the right thing” whatever it takes, and the drive to continue on against the odds. now just for a moment, think of love as a heroic force. Think of the love of a mother for her children. now think on a larger scale. Think of love that lets us accept the differences in people and the beliefs around us. Think of love that is truly unconditional. That is heroism. That is the single thing that truly overcomes obstacles in our world and in Faerie. It isn’t easy. it isn’t always comfortable, and it certainly isn’t always fun, but it is heroic. So if you draw this card, be a hero: try practicing unconditional love.
I’m not sure I can do the unconditional love with a couple of problems going on, but I can “accept” them. It takes me a little bit to roll around my aggravation, before I go OK this is who you are, I can deal. Maybe that’s one of the lessons my Nephew is teaching me…