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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Sharing Satiety

Daily Draw: Tabula Mundi Tarot ~ 10 of Cups

The problem of knowing when enough is enough, is the inability to recognize what is too much until it is too late.

I'm reminded by this image crossing the line is easy to do.
What is hard is cutting back.
I'd hate to count all the pens and pencils in this house.
I once overdosed on a mineral supplement. Who knew?

Should I even keep photo albums? I sent shoe boxes full of photos to cousins from my mother's bins full. I guess for every 100 images we might have known who one person was.
Meditating on that, if I'll be somewhere with family I pull every single photo I have of them and pass them on. A present that always fits. Sharing satiety is one way to reduce it.


  1. There is always that little voice that whispers, "But you might need it one day..." To which my snarky self says, "Oh, is that why there's an inch of dust on it?"
    We had the same situation with the photos. But when there's no one left to remember who the person is, it doesn't make sense to save them.

  2. Enough is enough, but enough for who? I do not collect pictures. My sister has albums full of her children growing up, but for them, if it is not on their phones, it is too much of an inconvenience to pull out. Still there is something to documenting our days.

  3. I'd like to know more about overdosing on a mineral supplement. Would you please email me? - Kate


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