Ten of Wands

A man walks forward, bent over and carrying a bundle of ten staves.  His head is downward and tucked into the bundle. A villa and farmed land are in the distance.

Heavy burdens and overwhelming responsibilities.  The subject literally feels that he has the weight of the world on his back.  He’s staggering along, shouldering the burden, but he’s lost sight of his long term goals and any real meaning in his life.

Reversed:  The subject may be approaching a time when she can lay her burdens down but it may not be in a pleasant context.  Possible loss of a job, demotion, or simply giving up and walking away.

EXAMPLES:  The workaholic. Someone who is consumed by his job, not because he loves his work, but because he’s lost any sense of his true self and joy in life.

Taking care of family to the exclusion of taking care of yourself.

Author: Dan Adair

Artist, writer, semi-retired wizard, and the author of, "Just the Tarot," by Dan Adair

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