Sunday, July 31, 2016

Run that by me again

I am enchanted by the white tiger cub.  That's is where my focus keeps returning to when I look at this card.  White tigers are pretty rare, so the best I can figure is this Ace of Winter(Swords/Air) is offering me something new to think about.  I have mentioned before the school of thought is that we have fifty to sixty thousand thoughts a day and most of those are the same as the day before.  So perhaps I will be offered something new to think about today and if so really give it some real attention. 

"A thought which does not result in an action is nothing much and an action which does not proceed from a thought is nothing at all."  -Georges Bernanos


FAIRY Tarot ~ Doreen Virtue & Radleigh Valentine
Illustrations by Howard David Johnson

6 comments:

  1. You pointing out the white tiger made me wonder if these are found in the wild or man-made. I found this quote: "It’s been said the entire captive white tiger population originated from one single white tiger and has been inbred ever since." That made me think about what you said about thinking about the same things over and over again. :)

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    1. I learned something new. All can be traced back to that one tiger? Rare indeed. They say that the tigers are too tightly inbred. I can see the same line of thoughts stemming from one original point. Thanks

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  2. I saw an albino whale leaping a few days ago.
    We have an albino mourning dove this year.
    A mutant gene, but we all come from mutations.
    Lots of material for thought in today's post.

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    1. Wow what coincidences. Mutations in two different species. Wonder what nature is trying to hint at? Your eight of wands got me thinking as well.

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  3. Re-reading Bev and Sharyn's comments, maybe some of those reoccurring thoughts should be contemplated and I should try to follow it back to it origination.

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  4. My thoughts my can be very repetitive and persisting until I do something about the issue: either take action on them or distract myself from them (often through action focused elsewhere

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