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Healthy relationships

In relationships, set daily intentions and become aware of your words and actions.

1. How will I make this person's life better?
2. How will I enjoy my time with this person?
3. How will I show this person that I appreciate them?

People lose interest when they feel drained by a relationship or unappreciated by their partner. Keep your relationship alive and well with conscious thought and effort every single day.

It’s not about presents, it’s about presence.

It’s not about big promises, it’s about little moments.

-Doe Zantamata


  1. Tarot cards are a set of playing cards traditionally used for divination, self-reflection, and gaining insights into one's life. They have their roots in the 15th century in Europe, where they were initially used for card games. Over time, they became associated with mystical and esoteric practices.

    A standard tarot deck typically contains 78 cards, divided into two main types:

    Major Arcana: These are 22 cards that represent significant life events, archetypal themes, and major life lessons. They include cards like "The Fool," "The Magician," "The Lovers," and "The Death" card.

    Minor Arcana: These are 56 cards divided into four suits, similar to a regular deck of playing cards. These suits are usually Wands (associated with fire and creativity), Cups (associated with emotions and relationships), Swords (associated with thoughts and conflicts), and Pentacles or Coins (associated with material and financial matters).

    Tarot readers or practitioners interpret the cards' symbolism, imagery, and their placement in various spreads to provide insights into a person's past, present, or future, as well as to address specific questions or issues. Tarot readings can be a tool for introspection, self-discovery, and guidance, but their effectiveness largely depends on the reader's intuition, knowledge of symbolism, and the seeker's openness to the process. Tarot readings are often associated with a wide range of belief systems, from traditional esoteric and occult practices to more modern psychological interpretations. You can find out more from


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