All Good Things Must Come to an End
It's been a long and rewarding journey. 78 weeks. 78 cards. Like the Fool, I started with nothing and have spiraled up and up, learning more about myself with each new week and each new card.
I learned that I can set a long term goal and meet that goal. In the past, I struggled to start and maintain a blog. 111 posts in, I have met that goal.
I doubted my ability to complete so large a project: 78 images all meeting a specific theme and subject. A year and a half later and I've done it.
I've come to believe that my work matters. I will never be a Vincent Van Gogh, a Helena Blavatsky, or a Walt Whitman and that is more than ok. If my art makes you smile, giggle, think a little deeper or even just brightens your day, then I've had an important impact.
In a thousand different ways, a thousand different mediums, and a thousand different voices, the most important message I can share is that you are worthy. You are loved. You possess value.
These are simple basic truths that I've struggled to accept my entire life. I've struggled to believe in that truth and in myself.
I was the Fool at the beginning of my journey, but I've learned valuable lessons along my spiral path. As I move from working on my project, to launching my campaign, I will continue my spiral journey, re-learning again and again, over and over, that this is the most important truth.
I believe in you. Together we can change this world for the better.
Go forth and be wonderful just by being you.