Pull the Queens out of a deck of your choice. Consider… Do you have someone in your life that fits with one of these cards? Do you have people in your life that would fit with each of them? Then share that here and tell us about the connection you see between each Queen card and the person in your life it represents.
Queen of Wands – Every day he wakes with a fire in his gut and purpose driving him forward. He rushes into the office every day and finds his way to the desk where he meets with those that need help and hears their stories. He makes calls and helps them fill out paperwork. He fights their battles because they are unable to fight those battles themselves, petitions courts and demands justice for those that would otherwise have none. He is an advocate for homeless youth, determined to save as many as he can… one one lost youth at a time.
Queen of Cups – Her laughter puts your soul at ease like a gentle balm on the senses. She’s a hugger… a toucher… a smiling beacon of warmth. She’s not a pushover by any means, but she’ll sit with you in silence if you need it, give you the hug you need or the shoulder to cry on when you reach for her. She’ll then wipe your tears away when you’re done and give you a smile that lights up her face. A smile that is so infections you can’t help the twitch of your own lips. Giving you a light hug, she’ll then whisper in your ear, “It’ll be okay. Go get’em Tiger”.
Queen of Swords – Some would call him passionately shrewd. Others would call him cold and ruthless. People come to him for advice. They bring not just their hopes and dreams, but their troubles and worries to him and he listens as they share with him what they want out of their future. He takes what they give him and turns this into a plan.. a plan for the future, a strategy for success that he then explains to them in explicit detail so that they can follow that plan to the letter. They are sent away more learned than they arrived, with the knowledge he’s there if they need him again.
Queen of Discs – They all come to her from time to time, her children and her children’s children. They come to visit and pay respects, and sometimes to get practical advice on home and family matters… and always she has cookies at the ready. Her truly shining moment, though, is the family picnic in the middle of June each year. She spends days in the kitchen, cooking for the family that will fill her house and property with laughter and conversation. Bowls and platters, plates and casserole dishes. Roast beef and a Thanksgiving worthy turkey, fried chicken and so many delicious things to eat. All her old recipes brought to life again for those she holds most dear.