Exploring The Fool
Phrases and Keywords: Carefree; Guileless; Carpe Diem; Spontaneous; Blind Trust; Leap of Faith; Taking a Chance; Innocence; Naiveté; Wastrel; Quixotic; Absolute Trust; Rootless; Risk; Impetuous; Folly; Foolishness; Tabula Rasa; Idealistic; Gullible; Unbiased; Beginner’s Mind; No-Mind; Living in the Moment; Free; Purity; Impulsive; Clueless; Crazy; Your Face Before You Were Born; Happy-Go-Lucky; Immature; Optimism; Conflict Avoidant; Ignorant; Distracted; Careless; Blissful; Unaware; New Journey; Faith; Childlike; Childish; Reckless; A Few Cards Short of a Complete Deck; A Few Sandwiches Short of a Picnic; Not the Sharpest Tool in the Shed; Present Moment Awareness; The Now; No Responsibilities; Thoughtless; Open-minded; Joyful; New Beginning; Follow Your Heart; Irresponsible; Avoiding Reality; New Adventure; Innocence; Naiveté; Slapstick; Foolishness; Spontaneity; Insouciance
People and Archetypes: Wanderer; Clown; Pilgrims; Harlequin; Wise Fool; Puer Eternis; Satirist; Jester; Hitchhikers; Buddha; Innocent; Child (Magical, Nature, Divine); Dalai Lama; Hobos; Trickster; Comedians; Robin Williams; Martin Short; Jim Carrey; Conan O’Brien; Simpleton; Dummling; Idiot; Madman; Court Jester; Vagabond; Joker; Simpleton; Michael Jackson
Characters, TV and Movies: Gilligan (Gilligan’s Island); Pee Wee Herman; Puck (A Midsummer Night’s Dream); Peter Pan; Pinocchio; Prodigal Son (Old Testament); Mad Hatter (Alice in Wonderland); Grover (Sesame Street); Buddy Curale (Dick Van Dyke Show); Mork (Mork and Mindy); 3 Stooges; Goofy; Don Quixote; Scarecrow (Wizard of Oz); Roscoe P. Coltrane (Dukes of Hazzard); Ernest P. Worrell; Dory (Finding Nemo); Mater (Cars); Family Jewels (Jerry Lewis); Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure; Fisher King (Robin Williams); Apple Dumpling Gang (Tim Conway and Don Knotts); Grizzly Man (Documentary)
Objects and Actions: Slapstick; Practical Jokes; Whoopee Cushion; Bungee Jumping; Skydiving; Hobo sack
Quotes: Not all those who wander are lost. – J.R.R. Tolkien; Fools Rush in Where Angels Fear to Tread (proverb)
Songs and Videos: What a Wonderful World (Louis Armstrong); Walking on Sunshine (Katrina and the Waves); Somewhere Over the Rainbow (Judy Garland); Jump (Van Halen); Life is a Highway (Tom Cochrane); Leaving on a Jet Plane (John Denver)
Number 0 – Nothing…or everything. An egg. Pure potential. Lips open in surprise.
Mountains – Where the air is rare, fresh and clean. A place where the altitude can make you light headed or dizzy.
White Rose – Purity
Dog – Instinct. Sometimes, an internal warning.
Cliff – On the edge of something new, about to step from one plateau to another—an action that may entail risk.
Hebrew letter: Aleph (meaning = ox)
Elemental Association: Air
Planetary Association: Uranus
Esoteric Title: Spirit of Aether
Path on the Qabalistic Tree of Life: #11 (Kether 1 Crown → Chokmah 2 Wisdom)
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