Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Well, this is kind of cool.

I stole it from Paul, who stole it from PJ. None of us buy into this stuff, but silly quizzes are always fun.

You are the World

Completion, Good Reward.

The World is the final card of the Major Arcana, and as such represents saturnian energies, time, and completion.

The World card pictures a dancer in a Yoni (sometimes made of laurel leaves). The Yoni symbolizes the great Mother, the cervix through which everything is born, and also the doorway to the next life after death. It is indicative of a complete circle. Everything is finally coming together, successfully and at last. You will get that Ph.D. you've been working for years to complete, graduate at long last, marry after a long engagement, or finish that huge project. This card is not for little ends, but for big ones, important ones, ones that come with well earned cheers and acknowledgements. Your hard work, knowledge, wisdom, patience, etc, will absolutely pay-off; you've done everything right.

What Tarot Card are You?
Take the Test to Find Out.

This result is so wrong that it's laughable; I'm in at least one proverbial doghouse that I know of, and am so far from completing anything, all I can do is roll my eyes. It's the beginning of the semester; I haven't even had all my classes yet. I'm also feeling overwhelmed with everything I have to do this spring. (Then why am I blogging, you ask? I'm lying on a heating pad, because my shoulder still hurts. This is the easiest thing to do in this position.)

Truthfully, I'm blogging to ask for your prayers, and suggestions, and anything else to keep the paralysis of overwhelm at bay. There are things I need to do, and things I want to do, and I've got to get them done. Prayers and suggestions for focus, efficiency (ha!) and time management are very much appreciated.

The next thing I'm going to do, is sit up and call the physical therapist. Then I have forms to fill out, for school. One of them requires math skills; the other, prayer and thought. I'd like to finish both, before chapel. Then I have lunch, and after that, an advanced preaching class that I'm really looking forward to.

It is nice to be reminded, even by a Tarot card, that things will come together, though.


pj said...

Tarot is kinda dumb but I tend to think of it not as a magical thing, but as a literary thing. The qualities ascribed to certain characters (like the Empress, the High Priestess, the World, the Star, and in my case the Moon) are worth remembering when you're feeling down. They're all about strength, in the end.

Also, you're one of the few people who did the quiz who didn't choose the "winged" Tarot. :)

(((Kirstin, the Universe)))

FranIAm said...

Me- Moon!

Kirstin said...

Mmm. Good points.