Monday, August 28, 2017

Two In Common

Daily Draw: Native American Tarot ~ 7 of Wands

This card is dedicated to knife and the simple truth of eat or be eaten. One truth that never varies.

And weather. One thing where common ground can be found regardless of race or creed.

"Whether the knife falls on the melon or the melon on the knife, the melon suffers." ~ African Proverb

6 comments:

  1. Okay the truth be told, I don't own a gun but I do have knives hidden around home.

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    1. I'm glad to hear it. Kind of like the requirement of carrying a shovel in your car in case of forest fire. I always figured the carrying pretty well insured we wouldn't need it.

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  2. A very wise proverb and a good reminder not ot play with knives as my mother always told me to.

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  3. or run with them. I saw a username years ago on a quilting group, "runs with scissors", always makes me laugh to see it

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  4. If weather whingebagging were a sport, my rainy region would do very well.

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  5. I once had a stalker; I never went anywhere without a large hunting knife on my person.

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