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What can we learn from Justice

Have you noticed the scale and the sword she is holding?  If you were to be judged by this lady today with your deeds, would you like to have a fair hearing? I bet!  Luckily Ms. Judge abides to the law religiously hence always comes to a fair and just outcome.

Justice usually appears when you must weigh in many factors to make a decision. Ms. Judge cautions you to think carefully and wisely, balance the pros and cons, before reaching any conclusions.  She is one of calm and balance.  Sometimes she can be very literal to foretell a law suit is coming up.  If so, legal matters will proceed in a fair and calm manner.  If you didn’t do anything wrong, you may receive a fair compensation soon.  However if you have acted unjustly, you are about to face the consequence.

Balance has to be restored.

Mid-Year 2015 Reflection

Time flies indeed!  We are half way through 2015.  How did you spend your time?  Have you been making the most of it, feeling adventurous and energised?  What happened to your new year resolutions?  The good thing is we are only half way through and there are 6 more months to catch our dreams before getting ourselves strong and fit for 2016.

I had a reflection this morning, thinking of my year card of 2015.  The year card represents the energy and mundane events recurring in the year.  It is also a lesson card encouraging us to learn in this time of our life journey.  The card for me is card number 11 Justice.

The black and white cats in the image reminds me that goodness and badness are intertwined.  Their tails are tied together, they live as one loving pair and do not go separate.  Whereas in the white, you see some black, in the black you find some white.  There is always goodness in difficult situations, and in the good times there are also occasional rainny and stormy days.  In my day job there have been non-stop challenges and it took me lots of courage to be patient and hang on to the opportunities of each one.  Sometimes even I am amazed by how positive I can be, and this positive attitude is precisely the magic that helps me weather through the storms.  I am grateful that I am strong and happy thus far.  Walking joyfully one step at a time.  In love I have not been seeing my partner so much this year, as he has his baggage to carry.  We treasure our time even more because of this.

Here is how to calculate your personal year card:

Add the date and month of your birth to the current year:

Example: 22 Aug 2015 = 22 + 8 + 2015 = 2045 = 11 (Justice)

In determining the year card, you always keep the highest number under 23 (remember 22 = The Fool).  The resulting number corresponds with the major arcana year card.  You may refer to my previous posts on tarot cards, expert tarot readers such as Biddy Tarot or Benebell Wen for the card meanings.  You may also email me your number and I will let you know what it says.

May the rest of 2015 brings you joy and love.