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Three of Air – Gaian Tarot

When I arrived home and thought about my blog for today,  I was stuck.  Nothing interesting came to mind.   I was looking through my Tarot deck for inspiration or to find a card to use for meditation.  I stopped when I came to the Three of Air.   The element of Air, is about thought, clarity, ideas, logic, communication, and writing.  The number three is expression, creativity, and flow.  The man in the card looks like he is writing his thoughts in his journal reflecting on the card under it, the Three of Swords.  Through his writing is he trying to work out issues or problems, or might he be writing in a Gratitude Journal?

I have been participating in Gary Karp’s, Project Grateful 365, finding something each day to feel grateful for and posting on Facebook and Twitter, #gratitude365.   Every night I enjoy reading all the gratitude posts.  That in itself makes me smile, feel grateful and so I have found something to write about.


“Gratitude helps you to grow and expand; gratitude brings joy and laughter into your life and into the lives of all those around you.”  Eileen Caddy

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8 Responses to Inspiration

  1. Jean Maurie says:

    Nice blog Maggie 🙂 Gratitude is so important. I wonder if the man is writing his memoirs or a story. Wouldn’t you like to read over his shoulder?


  2. Sandi says:

    Love the post – gratitude is always a great topic – it uplifts all who see it 🙂

  3. Maggiemoon says:

    Thank you Sandi!

  4. Kyna Baker says:

    I love how answers appear when you need them 😉

    We all have something that we can be grateful it is just taking a moment and focusing on the positive.

    Thank you for the reminder.

  5. Maggiemoon says:

    Thanks Jean, yes that could make a story in itself.

  6. Cheri says:

    Nice post. One of the things I saw floating around Facebook toward the end of the year, was a sort of “gratitude jar”. The idea is to start with an empty jar, then whenever you reach a goal, or have something good happen–no matter how big or small–jot down a quick note and drop it in the jar. Then, on new year’s eve, read through the notes and remind yourself of all the little things that make life worthwhile. I’m trying to get my husband/son involved, too, but I’m pretty sure I’m the only one who’s dropped in any notes yet!

  7. Dawn Alice says:

    Thank you Maggie, reading your posts are like reading letters from a dear friend. They are heart-felt and feel so natural.
    Blessings Maggie
    Dawn Alice xo

  8. Maggiemoon says:

    Thank You Dawn!

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