Here are three beautiful snowy sunscapes I recently discovered on Pinterest. I wanted to share them with you. Note: Eskimos do not have the most words for snow. Canadian Inuit have more than 50 words and Central Siberian Yupik have 40 words for snow. But the Scots have 421 words for snow!
When you forgive, you don’t change the past. You change the future. — unknown When you forgive, you in no way change the past—but you sure do change the future. — Bernard Meltzer, radio personality When you pray, you change the past. And the present. And the future. Pray more! — John Kremer Other quotations […]
Here are the tarot card meanings for the High Priestess Card from Bevan Atkinson, author of The Tarot Mysteries. Duplication Sequence Reflection Subconsciousness Passivity Memory Recollection Cause & Effect Yin Virginity Latency Telepathy Rhythm Xana Bard is recovering nicely from her fractured ankle when DeLeon Davies bursts into the East-West Cafe and tells her that his […]
Here are the tarot card meanings for the Magician Card from Bevan Atkinson, author of The Tarot Mysteries. Inception/Initiation Onset of a New Cycle Creative Consciousness Innovative Power Observation and Analysis Transformative Skill Sensory Awareness Human Intellect Will Power Search for Knowledge Concentration In The Magician Card, Xana Bard is approached at Enrico’s Cafe by a […]
Here are the tarot card meanings for the Fool Card from Bevan Atkinson, author of The Tarot Mysteries Inner Self Union with God Beginnings Balance of Opposites Cycle Completion Limitless Possibilities The Next Goal Activity of Ultimate Importance Eternal Youth Directed Enthusiasm Willingness to Venture The Fool Card is the first in a series of […]