November 23

11/23/12: Weigh your Words | Justice, Knight of Swords

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“Whatever words we utter should be chosen with care for people will hear them and be influenced by them for good or ill.” –Buddha

Ah, this is a very good follow-up to yesterday’s Words that Kill! We’ve got Justice and the Knight of Swords teaming up to suggest speaking with fairness, balance and perhaps accessing some of the Knights higher ideals. He may not be perfectly consistent or steady—knights often are not. But his intention is most likely pure, if a bit idealized. So the careful weighing of Justice makes for an excellent moderating force. Ruled by Libra, Justice is inherently fair. The Knight of Swords (Air in Air) is all about reason and rationality.

Being so airy, in addition to speech, this Knight would also tend to analyze, especially things other people have said. He seeks to make everything fit into it’s logical and proper place within the order of his mental universe.

Is this representative of your Thanksgiving hangover? I hope it’s more like processing yesterday’s leftovers, if that! Be rational, fair and kind in your assessment of what was spoken to you. Be judicious and idealistic in your choice of what you speak to others.

Weigh carefully. Say exactly what you mean, and mean exactly what you say. Keep your intention solid and idealistic, and you’ll make out well.

Are you thinking on what was said (or not said) ?

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  1. Sort of. I’m weighing what I want to incorporate into my memory versus what I want to leave behind. No day is perfect. And, holidays are no exception but they do tend to have higher expectation placed upon them. So, I’ve decided to focus on the wonderful things and moments of joy I managed to uncover and let the rest just fade into the background.

    I can always feed myself negative information. There is always something I can find to pick apart. That very same energy can be used to harvest happiness instead.

  2. wht about justice knight of swords followed by the sun,6 of cups and finally 8 of wands the question is would have the female travel agent gone out with me 10 years ago would she have said yes or no it does seem a positive read please advise val dillon

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