12/23/11: Not Quite Perfect | Reversed Sun

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"Actually, I can’t imagine anything more tedious than a perfect person, especially if it was someone who also demanded perfection from me." -Hugh Mackay

Today’s Tarot is the reversed Sun. Even reversed, this card is usually welcome as heralding an encompassing sense of well-being, happiness—a sense all is right with the world. Inverted, I’d say it’s not quite perfect. But good enough IS good enough, you know?

I chuckled seeing this, as I realized this morning I hadn’t set an Everyday Tarot post to load today. Ooops! Not quite perfect, huh?

It’s time to appreciate all you’ve got, flawed or not. Love the quirks, the dents and scratches on your life and your people with as much honesty and truth as you love the sparkle and shine. It’s all part of the human experience! It’s all part of growing and living and being human. We probably get more useful stuff from dealing with the flaws and lacks than we do from the perfect life, anyway. And sometimes? Those dents and scratches need love the most. Love heals. So love your flaws along with your strengths. They are all part of the same whole.

So today, I’m not going to fuss at myself or anybody else for being less that perfect. Imperfection presents us a road to growth! I’m going to accept their flaws and my own, as "character" and detail painted broadly upon the landscape of life. The beauty’s still there, underneath any nicks. Appreciation  turns it up.

You have some "almost perfect" in your life?

Legacy of the Divine Tarot
by Ciro Marchetti

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Comments

  1. Yes I do – ME, along with other members of my family

    This is a reminder to look at the BIGGER picture from high above versus examining the warts with a magnifying glass.

    Great stuff once again Dixie :-*

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