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Pithy Tarot meanings — Five of Swords

January 29, 2013

Five of Swords -- Tarot of the MastersFive of Swords:
Sometimes the best response to an argument is just to walk away from it.

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2 Comments
  1. Davina permalink

    What I love about this card, is you can read it so clearly from either set of eyes. Either walking away, as you rightly say, or choosing to look for a row. This card is more often than not a card that really forces us to look at our actions and more importantly – motives. It really can be pivotal in steering an outcome. I think the walking away comes with age and a little bit of wisdom. I know if I look back to how I was when I was in my 20’s it is perhaps different to how I have become. I have never been in a fight, but with youth sometimes comes the attitude of, ‘you are right so don’t walk away!!’ Oh…. how we learn. 🙂 Thanks again for these James. Even if I don’t do a daily draw, your postings always give me something to muse over.

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