Are Your Wishes Your Own?

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We all have hopes and dreams. Some of them we’ve achieved; others remain goals we’re working towards. We’ve had to give up on some of our hopes and dreams as we mature and put away childish things. It’s a dispiriting process. The lofty aspirations of youth make our world a more vibrant, hopeful place. The Star card of the tarot represents our wishes for ourselves. That’s fitting. We wish upon stars. The otherworldliness of those distant lights…

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This publication is dedicated to exploring the tarot as a tool of self-reflection and personal growth.

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