Tarot, career change
The number of times the Tower has come up with this career change decision may be unnerving for some (including me), but it's also very apropos for a career transition. I can't become a new person unless I'm willing to overcome (destroy) past limitations and beliefs of who I thought I was and what I was capable of.
Or perhaps I'm stubbornly clinging to the path I believe I'm supposed to be on and heading straight to ruin.
Today's card is the 10 of Wands. Usually my response is "oh no! Burden! Burnout! Aaaa!" But today I'm optimistic that this is a positive message that I'll slowly and patiently bear my burdens through the day and not be crushed by them, that the workday will not ruin me today. The last couple of days of teaching have been exhausting and overwhelming. Today will be better.
Union Theological Seminary
THE CONTINUING RELEVANCE OF
KARL BARTH'S CRITIQUE OF LIBERAL THEOLOGY
Presented in Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Master of Divinity
at Union Theological Seminary
Dr. James Cone and Dr. Gary Dorrien
Stephen Joseph Sarma-Weierman
April 10, 2015
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M.Div. from Union Theological Seminary NYC, Congregationalist Christian (United Church of Christ) and Nichiren Buddhist (Soka Gakkai). Queer, ex-Catholic, and heterodox af.
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