I use tarot and oracle cards as tools for reflection and contemplation. Rather than divining the future, they are a way for me to look more deeply at the "now."
"The goal isn't to arrive, but to meander, to saunter, to make your life a holy wandering." ~ Rami Shapiro

Monday, June 11, 2018

Luck Maker

From the Legacy of the Divine Tarot, the Queen of Coins; from the Tea Leaf Reading Cards, the 'Clover:'
          This queen is surrounded by plumeria blossoms, the kind of flowers used in Hawaiian leis. She is just as welcoming as the lei tradition, looking to make any guest comfortable and at ease. Her forehead glows to symbolize her skill in using resources, whether it involves solving problems, creating a cozy abode, planting a garden, or nurturing those around her. Practical and down-to-earth, she'll offer no platitudes or poems, but she'll gladly share what she can. The Clover has long been a symbol of good luck, yet the Queen of Coins would bluntly state, "One makes their own luck by paying attention and acting on opportunities."
I'm a big believer in luck - the harder you work, the luckier you become. ~Jeannette Walls


  1. I am sure you are right; this Queen would say "we make our own luck' A lot of what appears to be good luck is really a lot of work being done without others observation and they see the end result.

    1. I too think most people notice the reward but not the work! :)