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Victory, defeat, and everything in between. One thing is for certain, these are trying times, and one should be wise when choosing which battles are worth fighting. You do not need to attend every argument to which you are invited. In fact, the true winner is the one who does not engage, and merely walks away, leaving the smug, supposed victory to gloat over what would a short-lived win. This may very well be one of life’s most difficult lessons to learn, but, when you have mastered it, you can avoid the Drama Llamas, walk away with your head held high, and maintain peace of mind. The concept of the clapback, and any form of oneupsmanship with words, is simply a waste of valuable time. After all, time is the most important thing we’ve been given, so why give yours away to someone who just does not get it. This applies to in-person, as well as those heated, divisive, internet comment threads.
The 5 of Swords is a card of winning, but the definition of the win is what ultimately matters most. If you have driven everyone away in your quest to win at all costs, then truly, you have won nothing at all, and it is very lonely at the top. Choose your battles in life wisely, and remember that you win when you do not engage. For earliest possible access to my Tarot Card of the Day, download the free PodBean app from your AppStore, or follow me across your favorite podcast platforms.
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Source: Devyn-Khaleel Farries for the Pride Tarot, US Games Systems
This card was last seen May 13, 2020
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