What Change Requires

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If you’ve ever seen a tarot deck, one of the cards in it is Death. People who don’t know tarot assume it’s the worst card you can draw.

It’s not. That would be the Tower, Reversed. (It’s primary meaning is “utter catastrophe.”

The Death card doesn’t mean a literal, physical death. It means the death of something within your life.

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