Sunday, October 7, 2007

Daily Draw: Llewellyn Tarot ~ Hanged Man

We see Pryderi stuck to the Golden Cauldron for seven years in this view. He knew he shouldn't go into the castle, he knew he shouldn't touch the cauldron, but he did it anyway, now he pays the price that was his choice. We all make these kind of decisions, as if our brain goes numb when it comes to thinking about consequences.

I'm reminded by this card there are always consequences to all our actions. Suffering the consequences is what grows wisdom at its best, breaks us at its worst.

"Sometimes when I consider what tremendous consequences come from little things, I am tempted to think there are no little things." ~ Bruce Barton 1896-1967

Llewellyn Tarot is the deck this week, art by Anna-Marie Ferguson. Celebrating Llewellyn Publishing's 100th year anniversary and featuring figures and mythology from beautiful Wales.

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