Well, at least I didn’t come out as Hades on this one. Thanks Sasha!
I am The Hermit
The Hermit often suggests a need for time alone – a period of reflection when distractions are limited. In times of action and high energy, he stands for the still center that must be created for balance. He can also indicate that withdrawal or retreat is advised for the moment. In addition, the Hermit can represent seeking of all kinds, especially for deeper understanding or the truth of a situation. “Seek, and ye shall find,” we have been told, and so the Hermit stands for guidance as well. We can receive help from wise teachers, and, in turn, help others as we progress.
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Yep – I’m procrastinating. Because really, why write and use up all the creativity I’m going to need for the WORD challenge? My big project for the evening is to set my goal, decide which of the four books in progress I’ll work on (probably two of them) and post to Sylvia’s message board.