“Our actions are only seemingly ephemeral. Their repercussions sometimes last for centuries. The life of the present weaves that of the future.”
The name of this card is called “la tisseuse” in French. It can be translated as “the weaver” in English. If you notice any translation errors in this article, please let us know for our entire community. You can leave your comment at the bottom of this page.
This card is inspired by Veronese’s painting called “the dialectic”. This allegorical painting is on display at the Doges Palace in Venice. The dialectic is the set of means implemented in the discussion in order to demonstrate or refute a speech. It comes in the form of an argument, a reasoning. The dialectic is also a combination of contradictory propositions in the form of thesis and antithesis, which can be united in the form of a synthesis. This dialectic is important to constitute its place within the network.
The art of networking is weaving and networking. Knowing how to weave links is creating solid relationships between each individual so that we can helping each other in strong and weak moments. Man is a social animal, and to survive, he acts in a social group with interactions. He then creates a network, where he takes his place. This allows him to exchange and support the community so that everyone can find what they are looking for. Networks can take many forms. We will find all types of organizations and structures, with very diverse economies.
Talking about knitting is knitting. Like knitting a sweater, you need yarn and a needle. Keeping track of what constitutes the sweater is important. Losing the thread is no good, just like looking for your needle in the haystack. Knitting correctly requires know-how, life skills and good manners. The needle allows with nobility to carry out this work finely in order to make the final work, a warm sweater, the right size and that everyone appreciates. The spider’s web reminds us that during this weaving, obstacles will appear. It is up to us to manage this situation, and help us with our weaving so that the obstacle can be overcome. The weaving of a spider’s web can also mean the trap set. When you fall into the spider’s web, the more you agitate the more you interfere, the more you gets involved the more dangerous it is.