The Chariot: the transition from childhood to adolescence

The Chariot: the transition from childhood to adolescence

Bullying is a huge problem during the teenage years. There are a wide variety of factors that contribute to this issue. But from my experience – a vast majority of boys that get bullied in school tend to have overprotective and over nurturing mothers who refuse to let them grow up. Not only is this smothering debilitating for the child – it is also a huge turn off for any woman who decides to date him. Continue reading The Chariot: the transition from childhood to adolescence

Money can’t buy a happy childhood: the King of Cups (Part 2)

Money can’t buy a happy childhood: the King of Cups (Part 2)

Little Tree’s parents don’t have time for him. They think they can put money in the soil and expect Little Tree to grow. Such strange logic some people have… Kids don’t need money the way adults do. They need us to nurture, guide and provide the right nutrients so they can become the big beautiful trees they are meant to be. Continue reading Money can’t buy a happy childhood: the King of Cups (Part 2)

Money can’t buy a happy childhood: the Queen of Swords (Part 1)

Money can’t buy a happy childhood: the Queen of Swords (Part 1)

Once upon a time, there was a young lady. She worked at the office of a major brokerage firm. She spent her days talking about bonds, stocks and writing up future financial forecasts. The people she worked with weren’t particularly pleasant. Backstabbing and underhanded nastiness were the norm amongst the staff. Continue reading Money can’t buy a happy childhood: the Queen of Swords (Part 1)

Head over Heart: a lesson from the Queen of Swords

Head over Heart: a lesson from the Queen of Swords

The Queen of Swords sits in her throne in the sky. Her face is devoid of emotion. Her left arm reaches out to welcome dialogue. She’s got a sword in her right hand to cut through the emotional clouds and see things from an impartial perspective so she can solve the problems at hand. A bird flies freely above her head – symbolising the value of objectivity and seeing things from a larger perspective. Continue reading Head over Heart: a lesson from the Queen of Swords