Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Five of Cups

Five of Cups is about a time of loss, and more important, our reaction to loss. 
The woman in the card is looking at the three cups that have spilled.  She does not appear to be looking at the two cups that are still upright.  Is she aware of them and just contemplating the loss?  Or is she ignoring what she still has?
You can be overwhelmed by loss and ignore what you have, or you can study the loss, face it and move on. 
The castle in the distance is a journey away, but there are bridges to make the trip easier and the woman has not lost everything.  What will she do?  What will you do?

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