Prompt: First, pull the Aces out of a deck of your choice. Then consider… Do you have someone in your life that fits with the theme of one of the cards? Do you have people in your life that would fit with each of them? Share the connection you see between each Ace card and the person in your life it represents.
Ace of Pentacles – The bakery could run on its own these days, and he could spend his time in an office while others do the work. And yet, every morning he gets up at 3AM, and is in the bakery by 4 in the morning to start the first batches of bread for the day. This is his quiet time, where he can bake loaves of bread, buttery croissants, and sweet scones… And feel content in the fact that he’s feeding the world, and that every bit of food he brings into existence is going to feed someone, whether it’s the customers that come in to buy his breads and confections or the needy that receive what’s left at the end of each day.
Ace of Swords – If you’re stuck in a rut? This is the woman to talk to. She’s full of ideas and happy to share with anyone that needs a little bit of encouragement. Sit down with her and let her fill your head with the possibilities of what you could do. Brainstorm about where you’re going, and talk long into the night as you bounce ideas off each other. She will inspire you, and give you a peek into the possibilities at your fingertips, helping you to find your way to unstuck so that you can follow those potential ideas into a new path.
Ace of Cups – He smiles without provocation, his laugh is infectious, and he cries at the drop of a hat. With his heart on his sleeve, every touching commercial causes his heart to pitterpat and his eyes to shine with tears, a happy ending will do the same, and an audio book as well. Music creates souring emotions that he rides like a surfer rides waves, immersed in the emotions of the music as they carry him away. He feels with every shred of his being, and loves with all his heart. He feels pain deeply… but then, he feels everything deeply.
Ace of Wands – Her house is filled with Rubbermaid tubs, cardboard boxes, and shoe-boxes, knitting bags, totes, and skeins of yarn, scraps of fabric and wicker baskets filled with this and that. Paints and paintbrushes, candle molds, boxes of wax, and little baubles. Beads and pearls and epoxy mixes and everything in between. She knows how to do everything, learning skill after skill, starting project after project… and yet none of them are ever finished before her attention is caught by the next new thing to learn, discover, and explore.