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  • canuck
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    My sister is heavily into those tarrot type of cards, although I'm not entirely sure exactly what they are. Her friend got her into them, and she reads her own future by laying them out every few months, just for fun. I think superstition is a natural part of most people's lives, some far more silly than others, but most of us have at least one or two.

    • AdelleChattre
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      One needn't be superstitious, at all, to find a great deal of meaning in tarot. Wave it away as a superstitious way of telling the future if you like. However, it is perhaps better seen as a venerable, traditional form of reflection, introspection, and consideration.

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