I was thinking of the Justice card today because of a certain way I was feeling that reminded me of this card.
As children, we might say how something isn’t fair. Is this because the child is a child and simply hasn’t got his or her own way with something? Is it harder to accept this as a child or as we grow older? Do we have less coping mechanisms as children? Are we able to do more about something as an adult if we feel that something is not fair or right? Does this make us childish as adults to feel this way? As adults, we can do things. If we aren’t happy about something, we can do something about it. Maybe as children, we may feel scared to or we have limited resources because we are children.
I feel that there will come a time in your life when you may try to balance your past with your future. All these questions I have had have been part of a self –examination process of which I don’t feel there are any right or wrongs, it is just life – me growing older (and maybe wiser). There is that inner conflict of forgiveness (and acting upon this or not acting upon it) of others and oneself. I mean, people don’t always live up to our expectations (and I don’t always live up to my own expectations). We do make mistakes.
So, the trick is to leave the past in the past and move forward allowing a true and real future to be created.
To end this blog post off, the Delphic Oracle has a sign above its entrance that says: “Know yourself.”