Pronouns: Ze, hir   

+ Good prospects; on the other side of something hard; respite

– Broke; worse for wear

At this point in the journey, the Fool is over the hump having survived a lot including the Fallen Tower. The Star serves as a promise of a new dawn. The thing about tomorrow is that it is going to come no matter what. It’s not up to us what happens but we can decide how to deal with it. The Star is a reminder to take each day as it comes, treat it like your last, and try not to sweat the small still—because the worst thing that was going to happen already did and you survived it. 

Survival doesn’t have to look cute either. This Star is segmented into prices, torn apart by life and all its bullshit. But they are still freakin’ standing and taking on the day.

If this shows up in your reading, look at the cards before and after and ask what the relationship is there. While a lot of cards are about transition or preparation for change—the Star is a pause. Whether that is the eye of the storm or a sign that things are clearing up—this is the time to just take a breath, attempt a bit of gratitude, and rest.


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August 30, 2022 — Genevieve Barbee-Turner