Monday, December 26, 2016
Daily Draw: Five of Wands
Book: Learning your own strengths and weaknesses, helping ourselves and others, old flaws are challenged
Guidance: Do your best for your own good and the good of others, shake things up and see what happens
This card about competing with others to make everyone better. I'm not sure why I pulled this card today, but it gives me something to reflect on. I do know that I need to be my best self, but I'm not positive what that means. I guess it is something to reflect on.
July 7, 2018
I've always viewed competition one of two ways: Either I had to be so good that I was going to obliterate the other person or I was going to walk away and not compete. Maybe I need to change how I look at competition and look at it as a collaboration with people pushing the other person to be their best self.
Collaboration and working with others is something that is really difficult for me. I much prefer to do things my own way and I always feel like anyone that I work with is in competition with me. Maybe I need to think about this as others pushing me to be my best self. I don't know if I will ever be that enlightened.
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