Tarot. Talk about Death.

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    • Tarot. Talk about Death.

      We'll talk about death.

      Aside from birth, dying is the only other experience we will all share. So why is it so hard to talk about it? And, why is it so important that we should? We fear death, but what if dying isn't as bad as we think?
      What place does death have in our society and culture?
      What?
      - Our cultural and religious affiliations both have an impact on our attitudes to life’s key events, and all cultures have rites associated with birth, marriage and death. In our modern Western society, little emphasis is placed on death rites, perhaps because most people die in hospitals or nursing homes. High living standards, good health and a desire to stay young and live long have made death distant from us and something that we regard as unnatural and frightening.

      - Do we need to accept the inevitability of death?
      No, we do not, but many believe that once they have accepted the fact that they will die, they can live better and enjoy life more. There is no blueprint for how we should relate to death. The only certainty is that death will come to us all. We cannot take control of it or fight it.

      but
      Tarot cards tells us fates ....

      In most people's minds, "Tarot card reading" means a woman in flowing robes, leaning over a small table in a candlelit room, foretelling impending doom.
      But that's not really what Tarot cards are about. In fact, they're not even really meant to tell your fortune or future.


      We’ll all die one day. Isn’t it time we got used to the idea?
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