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Pithy Tarot meanings -- Eight of Swords

Eight of Swords:
“You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” — Eleanor Roosevelt

This pithy meaning is an abbreviation of something that Eleanor Roosevelt once said. 103 more words

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Pithy Tarot meanings -- The World card

The World card:
“Be in the world, but not of the world.” — Traditional

Many people find this well-known quote (which is loosely paraphrased from the Bible) to be perplexing. 73 more words

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Pithy Tarot meanings -- Three of Swords

Three of Swords:
“If you can’t say something nice about someone, don’t say anything at all.” — Traditional saying employed by mothers everywhere.

Note that an argument could also be made for associating this saying with either the Five of Swords or the Ten of Swords as well as for this card. 85 more words

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Pithy Tarot meanings -- Seven of Cups

Seven of Cups:
“Dream with your eyes open.”

Pithy Tarot meanings can come from pretty much anywhere. This one is from an ad campaign for a realty company… 59 more words

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Pithy Tarot meanings -- Eight of Cups

Eight of Cups:
To find more fulfillment in your life, spend more time on your spiritual journey.

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Pithy Tarot meanings -- Six of Wands

Six of Wands:
“We are all just walking each other home.” — Ram Dass

To see my take on this famous Ram Dass quote, I refer you to… 59 more words

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Pithy Tarot meanings -- Five of Cups

Five of Cups:
Find a safe place to pour out the sadness and loss that you feel.

This pithy meaning for the Five of Cups was inspired by an article I read recently: … 129 more words

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