The Star card is a symbol of hope and peace of mind. Nestled in a dark sky, the brightest star on the card is also the most colourful. Displaying a full spectrum of hues, it reminds us of the vast beauty of life. Endless possibilities. Hope.
Because when I was in my teens and twenties out at night in my sleepy suburban neighbourhood, I would sandwich my keys between my fingers as a weapon. Just like the girls were taught in school. Just in case.
Because I’ve been told – one too many times – that I’d be prettier if I smiled.
The Three of Pentacles is all about planning, teamwork, and collaboration. The mountain on the card represents hard work on the horizon. The task ahead is a monumental one and will require a lot of focus, strategy and determination. The three pentacles are shown here in the primary colours – red, yellow, and blue.
There’s been a persistent dialogue running like a broken record in my head over the last couple of weeks.
Psst. Hey you.
You’ve been kinda lazy lately, eh? (P.S. my inside voice is so very Canadiana.)
When was the last time you worked out?
You’ve been doing a lot of Netflix marathons on the couch lately. (I have been but they’ve BEEN SO GOOD.)