Book: Brilliant sunrise, life, creative passion
Guidance: Take action and follow your bliss
For me, the Ace of Wands is that divine spark of inspiration, that magical moment when an amazing thought comes to you out of nowhere and it creates magic. It is the first time that humans realized they could make a torch by lighting fire from a lightening strike and there was portable light. It's Ben Franklin discovering electricity. It's all those times when an amazing thought come to people and they acted upon it to make reality.
One of the things we all need to learn about that divine spark is that we need to nurture it, protect it and help it grow beyond the little flame at the end of a stick. We need to work with others to help it grow and become something real. Sometimes I think there is a potential to want to protect our little spark baby too much and not share it. When that happens, the spark might end up dying and not coming into fruition. However, having too many people or the wrong people involved in nurturing the spark can also be a bad thing as that can mean that the little spark gets smothered or that people with no creativity may put the spark out because they don't believe in it. I know there have been times in my life when the little spark was doused because someone (usually John or Charlene) doused it and made me feel as if my dreams didn't matter or like they were unattainable.
One of the best things about living the life I live now is that I own my dreams and I am responsible for whether or not they come true. Additionally, I get to choose the people that I have in my life which means that I only choose people who nurture and support my dreams and don't bring people into my life who are going to smash my dreams. And if they do attempt to smash my dreams, they get kicked out of my life.
I'm grateful that the presentations went well
I'm grateful for the opportunity to talk to John
I'm grateful for the safe drive home
I'm grateful for the opportunity to connect school and home
I'm grateful for getting to talk to my colleagues in person
I'm grateful the org impact session went well