Monday, April 9, 2018

Be that it may

The Cat that ate the canary.

I always smile when I see this card, we know exactly what is going on and don't have to make second guesses.  By nature, the cat will do what the cat will do.  It is all instinct; after obtaining her prize she goes merry along the her way until something else of interest flights in. I am a bit different.  The smugness or delight wears off and then it's like damn, now what?  The canary was the motivator.  "All victories have a flip side" - Siolo Thompson






The Linestrider's Journey Tarot

6 comments:

  1. My dark nature requires I have something to look forward to.
    Sometimes that requires a sacrifice

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    1. The continual search for something of interest.

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  2. When the delight wears off, we chase another pleasure... :)

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  3. When the prize is obtained we tend to search for a new thrill. That's why Amazon exists...

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