Having been born to Midwestern parents and having attended a Southern Baptist Church in my formative years I am no stranger to the finger wagging phrase “You should…” My wife (also from Midwestern roots) will attest to the fact that I see red whenever someone points their finger at me and tells me how I… Read More »
Last month I read cards for a committee of three people within a large organization. This was an interview pursuant to being considered as an as-needed Tarot and Oracle card-reading resource for the organization. I had never read for a group before. I had only read for individuals although others have been present with them… Read More »
For Easter break we decided to visit New York City and Washington D.C. with another couple who are good friends. We each have 16 year old sons who are good friends and we all travel well together. NYC is such a vibrant and important city! We had just been there in July and looked forward… Read More »
A Waite-Smith Sea Change is Coming… ARIEL (sings) Full fathom five thy father lies. Of his bones are coral made. Those are pearls that were his eyes. Nothing of him that doth fade, But doth suffer a sea-change Into something rich and strange. Sea-nymphs hourly ring his knell The Tempest, William Shakespeare Act. 1, Scene… Read More »
This is a great article by Jake Kent on the practice of subtle discrimination. It is focused on the Tarot reading community, but is relevant to all human interaction. Click here to read the article.