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Pithy Tarot’s Greatest Hits — The suit of Swords

September 5, 2014

So far I have posted about 600 pithy Tarot meanings here on this blog, so I thought it might be time to post some of the greatest hits from those posts. Here, then, are some of my favorites from the suit of Swords. Although it was hard to narrow it down, I have chosen one per card.
More suits to follow!

 

Ace of Swords -- Tarot of the MastersAce of Swords
I think, therefore I am what I think. (to paraphrase Descartes)

Two of Swords
Arguments are discussions between two people who have their minds closed and their hearts blocked.

Three of Swords
“Sticks and Stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” — Traditional saying

Four of Swords
Sleep on it; you can deal with it better tomorrow.

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

Six of Swords
“One’s destination is never a place but rather a new way of looking at things.” — Henry Miller

Seven of Swords
Nobody likes a cheater … but everyone justifies their own cheating.

Eight of Swords
Your list of things you need to get in order to be happy creates your prison of discontent.

Nine of Swords
“Worrying is like praying for something you don’t want to happen.” — Unknown

Ten of Swords
“It’s always darkest before the dawn.” — Traditional saying

Page of Swords
You can’t find “I know” until you first explore “I don’t know.”

Knight of Swords
We think we act rationally, but typically we just rationalize our actions.

Queen of Swords
Often, what people call “tough love” is when they tell you what they think is wrong with you whether you want to hear it or not.

King of Swords
Most of us think we’re smarter than everyone else, but statistically, that’s just not possible, is it!


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