As I thought about the topic, I had to look up the definition of anomaly. I had a good concept since I am a child of the original Star Trek series. “Mr. Spock, what do you make of it?” “It’s an anomaly, Captain.”
One of the definitions is “strays from common rules or methods.” Right. I see this a lot. Many consultants, readers, coaches, whatever name we want to call ourselves, try to set ourselves apart by pointing out how different we are. How we are anomalies in a sea of anomalies.
I mean, let’s face it. How do you stand out in a crowd of unusual? This is the thing that has my mind buzzing right now. There’s an inherent part of me that loathes promotion by demotion. By that I mean the need to sing my praises by putting down someone else. Or a group.
It’s something I work at but by the very nature of the beast, I fail at. For instance, I see someone on the Book o’ Face who is bitching about how he doesn’t like so-and-so doing something. But he doesn’t say this TO so-and-so. He says it to a locked down group of friends.
I get upset about him not saying something to so-and-so. I go to my Book o’ Face to post. My post says those who don’t go to the source are perpetuating the problem.
Um, Arwen? You just did the same damned thing.
So I’ve just stood out for the wrong reason. Back to anomaly me. How do I stand out in this fabulously flawed fellowship? Without putting down others? Is it even possible in our world of “my detergent cleans better than yours?”
Well this is a divination hop, right? Let’s ask the Tarot.
1. What area am I most unique?
2. How can I play up that uniqueness?
3. How can I stand out the best?
Using the Chrysalis Tarot (U.S. Games Systems, Inc.) I got cards that made me smile.
1. The Pilgrim is how I am most unique.
2. The Poet is how I should play up that uniqueness.
3. The Mime is how I can stand out the best.
Without further commentary on these cards, I’ll just say, “MOOOOMMMMM! The Universe is mocking me again.”
If you have input on these three cards, feel free to let me know. I need to go practice my “I’m in a box” routine.
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As always, seek joy, y’all. Pass it on.