Sometimes we need to step away from a silly argument online and re-evaluate ourselves. That takes strength! And the ability to keep your anger under control and choose your battles. In this card, the posters in the room contain all of the anger and negative energy. The toy lion represents something that is usually seen as fierce as being calm and harmless.
The Empress represents fertility and life. She is Mother Nature! This card sends out a big message of self-love and embracing life.
We all have good habits and bad ones, and it’s important to find a balance between the two. The person on the right is sleep-deprived, biting their nails, and surrounded by knives. They represent bad habits. The person on the left is calm and surrounded by pencils, a book, and a paintbrush—tools of creativity and productivity. They represent good habits.
This card is usually misunderstood and seen as something negative, but it all depends on your perspective. Death can bring life, too! The fog in the card represents uncertainty (we don’t know how, when, or where we are going to die). Two of the patches have a sun and a plant: those represent life. The patch on the other side of the jacket has a skull that represents death. The hair is divided into sliver and black, life and death. The knives represent the negativity that is put onto death.
Sabrina Mellado is a Puerto Rican artist who hopes to make a full-length comic someday. She loves dogs, waffles, and Modern Baseball (the band, not the sport).