Yeah, I know Halloween is over. But I am still going to pull out the Zombie deck from time to time. Because I like it!
The Eight of Cups is about walking away—here, the housewife is narrowly escaping impeding doom. Notice the suitcase? She’s already packed up, ready to move on. She could linger, whether it be under the guise of “just being sure” or “trying to help” or whatever. But you know what would happen if she did, right?
It’s not her job to save anybody else. While it’s great to offer up a helping hand when you can spare it, it’s unwise to commit yourself to rescue missions. Each person walks (or shuffles) their own path. We don’t know all the answers as to why or how they got there, or what ultimately will come of it. What’s more, we don’t have the right to make those decisions for them!
Yes, that lake of interference-impunity extends to your mother, father, spouse and kids.
It’s fine to offer a loved one a ride. But don’t hang around hoping to convince them to leave the Zombie mall. Each person leaves on their own schedule, and not yours.
Have you been tempted to stay in a bad situation in the name of “helping?”
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