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When the frog fell down, he wasnít a frog any longer, but a prince with beautiful and friendly eyes. He told her he had been cursed by an evil witch, and that no one but herself could have released him from the spell.

The tale of the Frog Prince is related to the game of creativity. We throw our golden ball, source of creativity, ever higher up in the air until it crosses the bounds of our skills. Then it sinks into the pond, into the unconscious, the unknown. The unknown presents itself in the form of a scary frog. Running away doesn't work; only by taking it up and by refusing the illusion of hostility, the true form reappears and the connection is made again.

To love doesn't mean you have to accept everything, to just let everything happen as it does. One who loves the truth, must be able to refuse the lie. To live in truth isn't just living in a genuine way, but also seeing through the lie and refusing to accept it, so that the truth can come out.

This card tells you that refusing the lie will bring you the light you are longing for.