This Knight of Pentacles comes to us from The Gilded Tarot by Ciro Marchetti.
Sounded by foliage, it’s rather obvious that the dense forest is his safe haven. It’s where he goes to think and plan. You could say that this place is his office.
It appears the Knight of Pentacles is ready to talk:
“Hello there! You’ve found me during my “walking” meditation. You see, Meadowlark gets cranky if she’s not exercised often. Or at least, that’s what everyone else thinks.
“What do I think? Well, I think Meadowlark likes to be away from all the hustle and bustle. My father has decided to turn the back 40 acres into a rodeo. Right now, he’s proposing three separate arenas: one for bull riding, one for barrel racing, and one for team events; like calf roping.
“Personally, I’d stick barrel raving and calf roping together and have the third arena for children’s activities.
“Why? Because I want to teach my younger sibling how to be a part of the rodeo. Lots of people assume that to be in the rodeo means years of training. That part is more or less accurate. What they don’t know is that it also takes fierce dedication. I want to be the person to show my sibling, and anyone else who is interested, how to ride the bull with the best of them!
But that’s just me, I’m always ready to grab the bull by the horns and get to work!”
Journal: Write about a time when you pursued a goal. What was your plan of action? If you could redo any part of the plan, what would you do differently? Or, write about the current goal you are pursuing. What is your plan of action?
Consider these questions: What do I want and how will I get it? Do I have what I need to “grab the bull by the horns” and get to work?
Blessings to You!