Rewards of good deeds…

Morgan-Greer Tarot

The Empress and 2 of Wands

Your ability to nurture may have people coming to you for advice. They may offer you gifts for your insight, but do you take them? This is a quandary many people can find themselves in when doing good for others, the recipient often feels they have to offer something in exchange.

This can be embarrassing, as the phrase “oh you shouldn’t have” or “you didn’t need to buy me anything” often ensues. As good deeds are done from the heart not for personal gain, unless a deal has been struck before hand of course.

Some tasks do require an exchange, a tarot reading for a small payment for example. An exchange of energy, you do a job for them, they do one for you. Agreeing beforehand what will ensue is often the best course of action, but we know this doesn’t always happen. However you handle your deeds, do so with grace and sincerity and the rewards may surprise you in other ways.

Love Jennifer x

Illustrations from Morgan-Greer used with permission of U. S. Games Systems Inc., Stamford, CT06902.  ©1979 by U. S. Games Systems.  Further reproduction prohibited.

About Guinevere Fae

Tarot has been a part of my life for a long time now. It has helped guide me in so many ways, and now I am offering you the opportunity to gain the clarity and guidance a tarot reading can give. A tarot reading is a very personal thing, it can reach into the darkest of places and help bring light and potential into being, and it can help guide you through the rough patches of life and also let you know if you’re on the right path. Tarot can take you on a wonderful journey of discovery. It can open up your world to new ways of being, and you can meet new people and have some adventures along the way. Let us begin...
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