3 Card Spread

  • Six of AutumnSix of Autumn
    Seagulls, gathered, just off shore at Wellington Point. Which bird are you? It really doesn’t matter, actually. If you have something to give you can be the bird on the rock. Hand out your gifts, be they tangible or something more precious, to those who are in need. If you’re in need, can you see the bird on the rock? He’ll be there. Waiting to give you just what you need. The universe is wonderful like that. It watches over us and when we most thirst, we find water. When we most hunger, we find food. When we most need succour, we find relief. Just don’t be afraid to ask for help. Nor afraid to accept it. And if it’s…
  • Two of AutumnTwo of Autumn
    I didn’t touch this rock, I left it where it lay. Split in half like that. I often wonder what caused it to do that. Torn in two, this rock sits, waiting. It can’t be one again. Is each half a reflection of itself? Or is it a reflection of what was the whole? Or is it not even a reflection. Maybe it’s two entirely new things now. Two new things born from one indecision.…
  • Four of AutumnFour of Autumn
    A bee, on a Golden Penda. The bee works, morning, noon and night. Collecting. Gathering. Taking her pollen home. Taking her nectar home. Storing it. Keeping it. Making provision for when there is no nectar to be collected. The bees make honey out of nectar. The stored honey, and the pollen feeds them all, all year, because they were thrifty, filling up their honey combs in summer, to keep them through the winter. Thrifty little bees.…