This week let's take a quick look at how we build on our foundations.
Around me, the world is changing. People are dying...I saw a bloody purple hearse going down the road...and yet...life, for me, hasn't changed much.
We are living in interesting times, people. Interesting indeed. For those of us who make it through this, and I do hope that I am one of them, then we shall, at least, have some good stories to tell.
So what do scissors and swords have to do with spirituality? Well, besides the obvious, there is a suit of swords in Tarot. For me, it’s more about choosing the right tool for the right job, and starting your own spiritual journey isn’t that much different....
Writing Excuses is one of the few podcasts I listen to nowadays. So, why is that, and what has it taught me? #T3ddyTalk #SophieJClark
"I'm a procrastinator. I've known this ever since my mother had to sit me down... to explain that I could finish all the homework I'd put off if I made a plan — and stuck to it... That was the day I learned the importance of writing it down..."
When you think of the word ‘fool’, what comes to mind for you? Perhaps it’s a court jester or a person in your life who you would consider idiotic or even naive. For those who are more familiar with the art of Tarot, it may well be the cards as a whole, just the major arcana or even the card itself...
Teddy put up a writing prompt in our group chat today. It said: "Prompt 11: These are my rules for writing and life. 1. 2. 3. 4." It got me thinking. I really don’t have many ‘rules’ that I live by. Not for my writing, nor for my everyday life, but I have developed a few guidelines over the past few years.