August 4

08/04/12: Damned Logic | Ace of Swords



Ouch. That’s what the Ace of Swords means, sometimes.

Cutting away. Logic and only logic. Getting to the nitty-gritty. Losing the dead weight.

In other words, “Ouch.”

Swords can heal, or they can wound. Sometimes, they do both within the same swipe. The Ace of Swords often carries with it a new idea, a fresh perspective or an intellectual understanding that may grow into something very important.

But that Ace is just a baby! While it’s pure Air, pure idea, it’s also very young and not overly developed. To grow him, you have to wrap your brain around the thought, allow it to sink in and let the natural conclusions from its importance to develop.

I heard an idea I didn’t like much today. But I can see the logic, it cannot be legitimately denied. For it to be useful to me and—I hope—ultimately healing, I have to suffer through the sting and let the thought progress to it’s natural conclusion.

I find it amusing, this picture is a bit blurred. The idea isn’t in full focus yet. Ha! But it will be, soon enough. Because I do my best to heed the cards and take whatever they’ve got for me, whether I like it so much or not.

You heard anything lately that made sense but maybe you didn’t like it?

Morgan-Greer Tarot Deck
by Bill Greer & Lloyd Morgan

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Ace of Swords, Morgan-Greer

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  1. Yes. It’s a weird thing isn’t it? Much like “bleeding” someone in an effort to get rid of an illness.

    I cannot even begin to tell you how dead on you’ve been all week. LOL.

    :monkey: :turtle:

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