The way out of the desert, said the old woman,
can only be found by entering the desert.
No one can show you the way,
and if you have not first found the way
through the windy dunes of your own heart,
you will never find the secret pathways
through the shimmering sands.
The desert, she said, gives life,
but only if you know how to look for it.
If it is death which you seek,
the desert will help you to find it.
But life is hidden everywhere
if you have but the will to seek it.
TOMORROW’S PROMPT: Tomorrow the Fool encounters the Wheel of Fortune. Life changes. What was up will go down, and those who were crushed by the heavy weight of the wheel will rise to the top. Kings are brought low and paupers rise to greatness. Fortunes change. Hopes and promises are dashed and all is lost, and then suddenly despair is swept away and joy and delight return once more. Sounds a little like Easter morning?
1. Making connections
2. How we give our stories meaning. How our stories make us.
3. Creme Brulee for dessert
5. Rituals of the Wheel of the Year. Living the stories again and again.
May we walk in Beauty!
3 thoughts on “In the Desert”
Wow, love that image! Is it a tarot card?
Thanks! It’s a photo of a statue of Mary Magdalene. I ran it through a Dreamscope filter.
Brilliant! It is awesome!
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