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James Ricklef has been doing a series of what he calls Pithy Tarot card meanings"

...as he describes them, these are are short, easy to remember meanings that may stimulate further insights when called to mind during a reading. Here’s one for the Page of Cups.


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General Writing Tips 1. Ernest Hemingway. Use short sentences and short first paragraphs. These rules were two of four given to Hemingway in his early days as a reporter–and words he lived by. 2. Mark Twain. Substitute "damn" every time you want to use the word "very." Twain's thought was that your editor would delete the "damn," and leave the writing as it should be. The short version: eliminate using the word "very." 3. Oscar Wilde. Be unpredictable. Wilde suggested that "consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative." 4. Anton Chekhov. Show, don't tell. This advice comes out of most every writing class taught. Chekhov said it most clearly when he said, "Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass." 5. EB White. Just write. The author of Charlotte's Web, one of the most beloved of children's books, said that "I admire anybody who has the guts to write anything at all." 6. Samuel Johnson. Keep your writing interesting. "The two most engaging powers of an author are to make new things familiar and familiar things new." 7. Ray Bradbury. Learn to take criticism well and discount empty praise, or as Bradbury put it, "to accept rejection and reject acceptance." 8. Toni Morrison. Remember that writing is always about communication. "Everything I've ever done, in the writing world, has been to expand articulation, rather than to close it." 9. George Orwell. Orwell offered twelve solid tips on creating strong writing, including an active voice rather than a passive one and eliminating longer words when shorter ones will work just as well. 10. F. Scott Fitzgerald. "Cut out all those exclamation marks. An exclamation mark is like laughing at your own joke." 11. Anais Nin. "The role of a writer is not to say what we all can say, but what we are unable to say." 12. Truman Capote. Editing is as important as the writing. "I believe more in the scissors than I do in the pencil." 13. Maurice Sendak. Keep revising. "I never spent less than two years on the text of one of my picture books, even though each of them is approximately 380 words long. Only when the text is finished … do I begin the pictures. Tips for Beginning Writers 14. Stephen King. "Read a lot and write a lot." Reading and understanding different styles is integral to finding your own style. 15. Margaret Mahy. Be persistent. This popular New Zealand author suggests that being persistent will pay off when facing adversity while writing or trying to get your writing published. 16. John Grisham. Keep your day job. Grisham suggests finding your career outside of writing. Experience life, suffering, and love to be able to write effectively. 17. John Steinbeck. "I’ve always tried out material on my dogs first." Make sure that above all, you are happy with your work…and see if the dogs stay awake. 18. Flannery O'Connor. Sometimes you need to stir the emotions to be heard. "I am not afraid that the book will be controversial, I'm afraid it will not be controversial." 19. Isaac Asimov. Use humor effectively." Jokes of the proper kind, properly told, can do more to enlighten questions of politics, philosophy, and literature than any number of dull arguments." 20. Lillian Hellman. Trust your instincts. "If I had to give young writers advice, I would say don't listen to writers talking about writing or themselves." 21. Doris Lessing. "I don't know much about creative writing programs. But they're not telling the truth if they don't teach, one, that writing is hard work, and, two, that you have to give up a great deal of life, your personal life, to be a writer." 22. Jessamyn West. "Talent is helpful in writing, but guts are absolutely necessary." 23. William Faulkner. "A writer needs three things, experience, observation, and imagination, any two of which, at times any one of which, can supply the lack of the others." 24. Margaret Atwood. Don't be afraid of failure. "A ratio of failures is built into the process of writing. The wastebasket has evolved for a reason." 25. Richard Bach. Never stop trying. "A professional writer is an amateur who didn't quit." 26. Isabel Allende. Follow your passion, despite the obstacles. "I couldn’t write a novel sitting in a car but I could write short stories. The advantage to this is because with a short story you write fragments. In a couple of weeks you have a story and then you do some more. If you really want to do something you do it in the most awkward circumstances, of course." Fiction Tips 27. Kurt Vonnegut. Vonnegut offers eight rules of writing a short story, including tips such as "Every character should want something, even if it is only a glass of water" and "Every sentence must do one of two things–reveal character or advance the action." 28. Roald Dahl. From one of the most magical of storytellers: "And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it." 29. Louis L'Amour. "A plot is nothing but a normal human situation that keeps arising again and again….normal human emotions–envy, ambition, rivalry, love, hate, greed, and so on." 30. John Irving. Know the story. Irving suggests knowing the basic outline of the entire story before you begin writing the first paragraph. 31. Jack Kerouac. Although Kerouac set down 30 tips, the gist of most of them is to know yourself and write for yourself with abandonment. 32. Scott Turow. Drawing from his experience as a trial lawyer, Turow discovered that what makes attorneys successful is what would make him successful as a writer: Tell a good story. 33. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Write about what you know. "If a man writes a book, let him set down only what he knows. I have guesses enough of my own." 34. Leo Tolstoy. "Drama, instead of telling us the whole of a man's life, must place him in such a situation, tie such a knot, that when it is untied, the whole man is visible." 35. Katherine Anne Porter. "If I didn't know the ending of a story, I wouldn't begin. I always write my last line, my last paragraph, my last page first. 36. Robert Louis Stevenson. "The difficulty of literature is not to write, but to write what you mean." 37. W. Somerset Maugham. Make your own rules. "There are three rules for writing the novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are." 38. Vladimir Nabokov. The careful construction of details can make all the difference in your writing. "Caress the detail, the divine detail." 39. EL Doctorow. "Writing a novel is like driving a car at night. You can only see as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way." Poetry 40. Robert Frost. Poetry offers many levels for readers. Capitalize on all you can. "A poem begins in delight and ends in wisdom." 41. Salman Rushdie. "A poet`s work is to name the unnamable, to point at frauds, to take sides, start arguments, shape the world, and stop it going to sleep." 42. WH Auden. Anticipate and recognize ideas. "All works of art are commissioned in the sense that no artist can create one by a simple act of will but must wait until what he believes to be a good idea for a work comes to him." 43. TS Eliot. Seek life experience. "Any poet, if he is to survive beyond his 25th year, must alter; he must seek new literary influences; he will have different emotions to express." 44. Henry David Thoreau. Understand the power of each word. "A written word is the choicest of relics. It is something at once more intimate with us and more universal than any other work of art." 45. Paul Valery. Keep revising. "A poem is never finished, only abandoned." 46. Percy Bysshe Shelley. Think about the obvious in new ways. "Poetry lifts the veil from the hidden beauty of the world, and makes familiar objects be as if they were not familiar." 47. Plato. Don't just rely on the beauty of the words: make a statement. "Poetry comes nearer to vital truth than history." 48. Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Remember the importance of each word used in each poem. "I wish our clever young poets would remember my homely definitions of prose and poetry; that is, prose = words in their best order; –poetry = the best words in the best order." 49. Robert Graves. Write poetry because you want to, not because you expect to earn a living. "There’s no money in poetry, but then there’s no poetry in money either." Tips for Creativity 50. Annie Dillard. "Writing sentences is difficult whatever their subject. It is no less difficult to write sentences in a recipe than sentences in Moby Dick. So you might as well write Moby Dick." No matter what, write. 51. William Wordsworth. Write with passion. Wordsworth advocated, "Fill your paper with with the breathings of your heart." 52. Alice Walker. Walker recommends meditation for writing, as well as life. She credits meditation for helping her write her books. 53. James Patterson. "I’m always pretending that I’m sitting across from somebody. I’m telling them a story, and I don’t want them to get up until it’s finished." 54. John Cheever. Looking inwards and learning from yourself provides great material for writing. "The need to write comes from the need to make sense of one's life and discover one's usefulness." 55. Agatha Christie. Let your mind go while keeping your hands busy. "The best time for planning a book is when you're doing the dishes." 56. Francis Bacon. Always carry something to write on. "A man would do well to carry a pencil in his pocket and write down the thoughts of the moment. Those that come unsought are commonly the most valuable and should be secured, they seldom return." 57. Jack London. "You can't wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club." Sometimes you need to actively seek your sources of inspiration. 58. Maya Angelou. Follow your instincts and do what you feel you must. "A bird doesn't sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song. 59. Virginia Woolf. "Arrange whatever pieces come your way." Sometimes you have to recognize what you have and make the best of it. 60. Charles Dickens. Play with your ideas, talk with them, and coax them into a fully-formed creation. "An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself." School and Education 61. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Recognize what students can give to teachers as well as what teachers can impart. "Of course you will insist on modesty in the children, and respect to their teachers, but if the boy stops you in your speech, cries out that you are wrong and sets you right, hug him!" 62. Barbara Kingsolver. "Libraries are the one American institution you shouldn't rip off." 63. Martin Luther King, Jr. Use education to build character. "The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically… Intelligence plus character–that is the goal of true education." 64. Robert M Hutchins. Keep in mind what school provides for the long run. "The object of education is to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout their lives." 65. Norman Cousins. "The purpose of education is to enable us to develop to the fullest that which is inside us." 66. Nelson Mandela. Use your knowledge to make a difference. "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." 67. John Dewey. "Education is a social process; education is growth; education is not a preparation for life but is life itself. 68. BF Skinner. Appreciate knowledge and the rest will come. "We shouldn't teach great books; we should teach a love of reading." 69. Aristippus. 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You are the guy who'll decide where to go." 87. Kahlil Gibran. Stay the course, even when it feels like you aren't making progress. "One may not reach the dawn save by the path of the night." 88. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Believe in yourself. "Whatever course you decide upon, there is always someone to tell you that you are wrong. There are always difficulties arising which tempt you to believe that your critics are right. To map out a course of action and follow it to an end requires courage." 89. Paul Coelho. "Be brave. Take risks. Nothing can substitute experience." 90. Tennessee Williams. Let success happen in its own time. "Success is blocked by concentrating on it and planning for it… Success is shy – it won't come out while you're watching." On Living 91. Alexander Pope. Don't be afraid to make mistakes. Pope is the author of one of the most famous quotes on allowing yourself to make a mistake with his famous, "To err is human, to forgive divine." 92. Benjamin Franklin. 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James Ricklef has been doing a series of what he calls Pithy Tarot card meanings"

...as he describes them, these are are short, easy to remember meanings that may stimulate further insights when called to mind during a reading. Here’s one for the Page of Cups.

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