>Interesting. (Not me, the results.) I prefer truth, I like to know where I stand with people. My life was torn apart more than once and I had to start anew, learning and growing and becoming more certain of who I am each time it happened. I became a student of zen, although not formally a buddhist. I learned to cope with my illness, I learned to fight off the depression, although that can be very difficult at times. I learned to appreciate change, not fear it. Life has been very good to me, I think.
You are The Tower
Ambition, fighting, war, courage. Destruction, danger, fall, ruin.
The Tower represents war, destruction, but also spiritual renewal. Plans are disrupted. Your views and ideas will change as a result.
The Tower is a card about war, a war between the structures of lies and the lightning flash of truth. The Tower stands for "false concepts and institutions that we take for real." You have been shaken up; blinded by a shocking revelation. It sometimes takes that to see a truth that one refuses to see. Or to bring down beliefs that are so well constructed. What’s most important to remember is that the tearing down of this structure, however painful, makes room for something new to be built.
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