Oracle of Visions (Ciro Marchetti, 2011), we meet Mother Time.
To me, she feels like a cross between the inward-looking intuitive aspects of the High Priestess, and the time and wisdom aspects of the Hermit. She reminds us to be true to ourselves, to seek spiritual knowledge. She also reminds us that this often requires us to let go of the past, to let go of received wisdom, and to be in the moment. She doesn't try to cling to what was, but allows time to flow, knowing that there will be beauty in each moment, magic always at our fingertips. She may light our way sometimes, but she also tells us that only we can walk it - that each one of us has our own journey in life. And that ultimately we must trust that we will find the path that suits us best.
One of the messages for me here is about not letting past failures stop me from acting now. Just because I have not done something, or not done it to my satisfaction, in the past, has no bearing on what I do now. I get to choose anew in each moment.
I am grateful for the reminder to choose wisely in each moment of life, without regrets for the past.