“I don’t know, you do!” My writhing 3 year old screamed at me from the kitchen floor. A heap of sweatpants, rain boots and fury. I didn’t know. I asked calmly again, what is the problem? Today’s Tarot didn’t offer advice. Same answer. Do you want an apple?, and this is where I have lost my parent magazine worthiness, OR a dinosaur egg? My questioning has always led me to trouble. But in this case a mother that has any sense, God given or other worldly, knows you don’t give an option. He went back and forth. “Dinosaur egg, no, no apple!” Tired and beyond making a decision. So this led me to today’s blog. My child and his assumption of others knowing. I experience this so frequently on a day to day basis. This knowing. With a child, your child, this can make sense. A bond is formed and a mental connection. But in every day adult life with other adults. Why is it assumed we should know and fix problems when we have absolutely no knowledge of a problem. This knowing got me so far. Knowing something is not quite right. A subtle sound or look is not going to answer all of the great mysteries of the universe. Are we born with a knowledge we must master at puberty? Or be doomed to second guessing clicks and beeps? Or is there a huge lack of NORMAL communication between adults in our society. I don’t want to play blues clues while looking at the freezer section. I don’t want to read into insurance ads or song choices. I don’t want to yell into the cosmos and hope tonight’s 48 HR Mystery gives me an idea of human social standing. I want to get on with it, meaning Life. I have things to do. So much time is wasted by lack of communication. If I am in your way by all means please tell me. If you have a question or need help please ask. I will do all I can to help. A huff or cough or creepy whistle is not relaying any type of message that my circuits can decipher or would want to. Please everyone communicate. What is really on your minds? I would like to get back to my shopping and telepathy with toddlers.
Cards are from the beautiful Soul Trees Oracle by Alyson Williams-Lee