A Tarot Student's Journey

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My name sake. The Page of Swords stands peacefully, eyes closed, enjoying the cool breeze blowing through my hair. So many thoughts and new fonts of knowledge. I feel peaceful even though my mind is active, intrigued, and engaged. There is also the excitement of learning something new. This is what feeds me. However, when you’re always a newbie you run the risk of being both over zealous in your convictions and a bit insecure. I carry a sword but I’m not holding on too tightly. It feels more like an accessory that I’m trying on for size.

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