Thursday, December 31, 2015


Daily Draw: Ship of Fools Tarot ~ Wheel

Not to be confused with Tower moments, much of our Wheel of life is more likely to be propelled by our own decision making ability.

Some of the mental processes alluded to by the Wheel: indecisiveness, tunnel vision, unwarranted over confidence, hindsight bias, procrastination, blame laying...which brings us back to human nature, which is what we often need to overcome.

"Think! Think once in a while, will you?" ~ Parentism #1


  1. Geez, isn't that the truth. If we could only see our patterns of behavior instead of blaming everything on what's external to ourselves.

  2. Hello, My father used to have a saying somewhat along the same line, "buy you books and buy you books and all you kids do is eat the covers." I have been a fan of your blog for years now; I discovered your blog when I was injured and laid up for over a year. In fact you inspired me to start my own blog just recently; pretty similar to yours. 'Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.' Thanks for your writing.

    1. Rob is always saying the buy you books thing to me, now I have something to shout back about the covers, that is brilliant.
      Thank you so much for leaving a comment. I don't write for others, but it is always pleasant to hear someone is reading.!

      Hukuna Matata, Sharyn at Quirkeries

    2. Happy New Year to you. You may write for yourself as I am trying to do on my own path of discovery and healing, but it brings a great amount of enjoyment to me and a occasional epiphany as well, again thank you for your insightful writing. Joy to you and yours in the New Year.

  3. It is often more our behavior than what actually happens which causes us pain
    Happy new year my friend


I welcome your thoughts. Good bad or indifferent; opinions are the lifeblood of conversation and I always learn something from a new point of view. Thank you for visiting, Sharyn