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The Storm

“He who sows the wind reaps the storm.”


The name of this card is called “la tempête” in French. It can be translated as “the storm” 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.

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Stormy weather at sea can be terrifying and unpredictable. The waves rise, the wind howls and the boat is tossed in all directions. The two characters on board must face the swell, fight for their survival and keep their calm in the most difficult times.

The first character is the captain of the ship, a seasoned sailor who has weathered many storms. He knows the dangers and riskss, but he also knows that the storm can be overcome with perseverance and determination. He takes control of the situation and steers the boat with confidence, ensuring the safety of his crew. The second character is an inexperienced passenger, who has never faced a storm at sea. She isterrified by the violence of the storm, and does not know how to react. strong> She feels powerless against the elements, and fears for her life. Together, the two characters work in harmony to overcome the challenges that lie before them until the storm. The storm is not only the natural element, it is also the conflict between the two characters. One mistake, and it’s a tumble.One of the characters will fall, it’s inevitable. These 2 characters must demonstrate great discipline and concentration to navigate through the raging waves. Experience and transmission make it possible to avoid serious errors. They must remain vigilant and ready to react quickly to any unforeseen event together in a united manner.

The expression “he who sows the wind reaps the storm” is a warning that reminds us that our actions have consequences, and that we must be aware of the way we act in life.If we sow seeds of discord, anger or hatred, we will end up reaping a storm of conflict, resentment and regret. This is true in many areas of life. For example, if we do not take care of our relationships, if we are not honest or if we do not respect others, we risk losing the trust and respect of the people around us. But this expression is not just a warning. It can also be a source of inspiration to encourage us to sow positive seeds in our lives. If we adopt values ​​such as honesty, compassion, kindness, generosity, altruism and cohesion, we will reap the fruits of peace, happiness and personal fulfillment.

Despite the difficulty of the situation, both characters learn a lesson from this experience. “Falling into the water” also requires strength to get back on the ship. This is forgiveness.Working together, trusting each other, and facing challenges with courage and determination are necessary in the midst of a storm. When the storm finally subsides, they are both relieved to have survived the ordeal. The storm at sea is a difficult experience, but it can also be a source of growth and transformation. It teaches us to face our fears, work as a team, and find the strength to overcome the challenges that lie before us.

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