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What does the Hierophant mean?

Here is a pithy meaning for the Hierophant:
“Doubt isn’t the opposite of faith; it is an element of faith.” ― Paul Tillich

This quote may seem counterintuitive, but what follows is another way of expressing this sentiment that might shed some light on it: 63 more words

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What does the Page of Swords mean?

Here is a pithy meaning for the Page of Swords:
“Curiosity about life in all of its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people.” — Leo Burnett… 37 more words

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What does the High Priestess mean?

Here is a pithy meaning for the High Priestess:
“As much can be said in silence as can be said with words.” — Unknown source… 57 more words

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What does the Sun card mean?

Here is a pithy meaning for the Sun card:
“Find a place inside where there’s joy, and the joy will burn out the pain.” — Joseph Campbell… 47 more words

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What does the Four of Swords mean?

Here is a pithy meaning for the Four of Swords:
Without some degree of contemplative silence, we aren’t living life, we’re just reacting to it. 98 more words

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What does the Lovers card mean?

Here is a pithy meaning for the Lovers card:
“Love is the undercurrent of your being.  When you remove all barriers to it, love is available.” — Swami Chaitanaya Keerti (paraphrased from an article titled… 62 more words

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What does the Ten of Swords mean?

Here is a pithy meaning for the Ten of Swords:
Violence is the last refuge of the desperate.

This pithy meaning (which I’m posting today, March 15, as a sort of tribute to the Ides of March) is a paraphrase of… 110 more words

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