Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Second Time Around

Daily Draw: Lover's Path Tarot ~ World/Triumph

Ariadne thought she'd found her perfect eternal love in Theseus. Is anything worth getting via betrayal, treachery, and murder worth having? He took her as his own, then dumped her on the first island he came to. Where heartache, shame, and sorrow nearly caused her to take her own life.

Ariadne was found by Dionysus and as gods lived happily ever after. This card makes me wonder how many billions of  women have thought their life not worth living with the loss of their mate yet took another? Is need stronger than grief? Isn't love a funny thing?

"A bride at her second marriage does not wear a veil. She wants to see what she is getting." ~ Helen Rowland 1875-1950


  1. You are right our daily draws are similar. Marriage and partnerships, and also correct in your observation that lots and lots of women when cast aside look again for fulfillment in another. Always searching for their other half for completion.

  2. "Not a hand full but a land" full my mother used to say

  3. I wonder if men do this more often than women.


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