We are facing an unprecedented global crisis, one that finds many of us sheltering in place or quarantined within our houses. As the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), along with our local, state, and federal governments, provide an increasingly long list of things we can't do, many of us are wondering—what is left that we can do?
While many of us are brainstorming ways to keep our children occupied at home (and there are several websites with some great ideas for home-based education or other non-screen-time activities—check out Twin Cities Mom Collective for 50 at-home activities for kids to get started), and with most public gathering
Tarot Beyond the Basics by Anthony Louis
We humans have been known, at times, to take ourselves just a little seriously. We can take our tarot seriously, too. Which we should, of course. But tarot is about balance and there are times when tarot gives us something we don't expect. Please enjoy this excerpt from Louis' Tarot Beyond the Basics.
Not only can tarot cards potentially represent the opposite of their accepted meanings, but at times the tarot even seems to employ sarcasm. For example, one day my wife phoned to say that a restaurant near her office was offering for take-out one of my favorite dishes, stuffed peppers. Because this establishment