I work a job that puts me in a position where I have to tell my co-workers when they are doing something incorrect. It’s not easy. In fact, it pretty much blows because then I have to be the bad guy.
But it’s what *I* get paid for. To make sure things are being done the way they are supposed to plus help out whenever they hit a sticky situation or have an irate customer.
Do I want to have to tell them those things? Um, hell no. Luckily, the folks I work with are a bunch of those who get it. They get that they are at work to do a job. They get that they are bound by someone else’s rules. They don’t make me, or my counterparts, have to be the cops very often.
The Queen of Swords is, for me, the compassionate cop. She’s the one who leads the way by being precise and focused. I’m not a great Queen of Swords. I am more of the Queen of Wands type. This woman is a clear thinker. She’s ready to take decisive action for what is right in her world.
What do you have to do that’s just right? What makes you just a bit uncomfortable because you want to be one of the gang, but can’t be? How do you handle your own Queen of Swords moments?
However you do it, remember that if you keep joy as the underlying message for your own life, you will succeed.
Seek joy, y’all. Pass it on!
Pssst! Once you get your workbook, lemme know! We’ve got the Facebook group set up.
Queen of Swords, Fenestra Tarot, USGames, 2005