1. the ability to make a decision, or form an opinion objectively, authoritatively, and wisely, especially in matters affecting action; good sense.
|Judgment from the Enchanted Tarot|
When it comes to writing, there is usually a time when you will share your work with other people, writers and non, who will return their feedback to you. And if there is one thing that is hard to manage, it’s feedback that feels at odds with your own view of your work. This is where judgment comes in.
|Judgment from the Rider Waite Tarot|
As the creator of your work, it is up to you to take or leave any critique or advice that comes your way. It isn’t an easy call to make, because depending on the source of such feedback, you might give it a certain amount of weight that it may or may not deserve. How to know how many grains of salt you should apply to people’s feedback is something I think that you learn as you go. The more confident you are in your work, (i.e. what your intention was writing something the way you chose to write it) the more readily you can make that decision.
|Judgment from the Amanda F. Palmer Tarot|
I hope you liked the peeks at a few of the Judgment cards from my tarot deck collection. Interestingly, the tarot card #20, Judgement, as it pertains to work and career, represents the resolution of inner and outer conflicts, marking the end of suffering and the start of improved conditions or consciousness through spiritual evolvement or self development, bringing new purpose, meaning, or motivation to your work.
Sounds like we could all use some of that! It seems only fitting to close with a quote from Mr. Amanda Palmer himself: