Sunday, June 27, 2010
Eight of Hearts
Turn left for access to parallel parking spaces on the street or to safely navigate sharp curves. Sometimes you might have to operate within tight time lines to achieve your desired results. You get better at this particular skill set with practice. Negotiate start and end points for tasks that fit into your schedule and allow you room to maneuver. It helps you and those who may be in a position to assist you if you have a clear vision of what you want to do and where you want to go. However, sometimes you cannot anticipate what you will find around the next corner. Slow down and proceed with caution when you approach unfamiliar territory. Embrace change and recognize that there is more than one way to accomplish your end result.
Do not turn around and go back the way you came unless it is absolutely necessary. You want to move forward, not backward. If you must choose this option, look for beneficial right and left turns that you may have missed the first time.