Monday, August 21, 2017

Same Differences

Daily Draw: Victorian Fairy Tarot ~ Worlds

Big peoples little peoples worlds. For some the twain never meet and it is just as well. We can't get along with people just like us for ten minutes, we'd flatten the fairy folk even quicker.

I'm reminded by this card, we come out of the chute fighting with our siblings and soon move on to bigger people. We judge first, then focus on the differences. The lights in the background are people lights. So close yet so far.

I wrote to our president this week. I didn't use bullet points like he prefers, but I kept it short and respectful. I would celebrate for days, nay years if he listened. So would you...so would the fairy folk.

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  1. Oh what a joy it would be to dance with fairies. You might be able to catch a glimpse of them later this morning during the full eclipse. A fleeting shadow before they realize that day is still day. I hope you get to view some or all of it.

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  2. We would probably try to catch them in jars like fireflies. I don't know what I could say to Trump that I think he would actually listen to or read. But at least you gave it a shot.

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    1. I know. I saw Hillary Clinton's mail room a few weeks ago. They don't have time, but I had to say it because I've never heard anyone else suggest it.

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  3. It is good thing you've said what's on your mind. Probable he won't listen but sometimes not speaking up isn't an option anymore.
    Never saw a fairie. Most likely I never will. my feet are too big, so I might crush them :)

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    1. Ah. You have a Druid bloodline then. I don't see it myself, but I've heard people say they don't like the Druidcraft deck because the people have such big feet.
      I'll be tickled if someone is still talking about us in 5000 years

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