My name is Will, and I enjoy a good glass of milk. I'm a longtime fan of Pokémon; been playing since the original games. I sell internet for a living!
I nailed an egg to a shirt once.
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"Positive thinking isn't about expecting the best to always happen, but accepting that whatever happens is for the best."
The Fool is most often associated with curiosity, innocence, intuition, and risk-taking. Sharing the curious nature of a child, the Fool seeks out new experiences in a fearless pursuit of knowledge, understanding, or unexplored areas which can often be dangerous or unproductive. The Fool views the world through a lens of innocence and acts with good intentions, traits which can often symbolize "foolishness" when naïvety is taken to the extreme.
Trusting intuition over sensibility, the Fool is in a constant state of discovery, relying entirely on an internal compass to guide and lead him to the places he refuses to follow with any map other than his own. His naïve wanderlust is balanced out by the small dog seen "nipping" at his heels as he approaches a cliff, oblivious of falling, for he has no fear to influence his judgement. The dog represents the world, a place characterized by sensibility, order, and limitations. The dog attempts to pull the Fool back into the world, but the Fool is a dreamer, and will always choose to live in the airy space of idealism than to exist in the safe, but consequentially quite boring realm of the everyday.
For the Fool every new experience can be understood as a cliff, full of unknown possibilities, carrying the potential to either uplift or destroy us in the venture, but the Fool does not hesitate to jump when the right opportunity presents itself. For this the Fool represents all beginnings and all turning points, continuing onward and never settling, drifting and appreciating the beauty he encounters, and for the Fool, life is nothing but beautiful. The eyes of the Fool are always fresh and new, excited and dreamy, looking far and beyond himself for another journey to undertake.