Do you know anybody who always seems to have the answer? They are not just making stuff up to sound intelligent, but they actually do know what they are talking about? If they don’t have an answer, can they point you in the right direction to find it? Are they perhaps very skillful with words? Do they seem right at home speaking and seldom fumble for words? Is “uhm” and uh…” simply not a part of their vocabulary? Are you, perhaps, this way yourself?
This is a description on the king of swords. The king of swords is a master of logical and clear thought. They are masters of words and can be very persuasive. They are natural leaders and quick problem solvers. They don’t settle for less. Perfection is important to them. They get right to the heart of the matter and do not let the petty and mundane drag them down. The king of swords is quick to grasp complicated concepts and can easily make the difficult understandable.
The king of swords will be the one to examine the situation and question it. He will find what is at the root of the confusion by way of a clear and analytical mind. It can be daunting, but the king of swords is up to the challenge. As Rudyard Kipling wrote, “If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs…” Rudyard Kipling, whether he knew it or not, was writing of the king of swords with his classic poem, If.
This is something that can happen- Everybody is reacting without examining what it is they are reacting to, and nobody seems to be thinking straight. This has the effect of generating chaos. It becomes an epidemic as everybody takes the cues from the others, reacting as they are without anybody actually knowing what it is that they are freaking out over. That’s where the power of the king of swords comes into play. He will cut through the mental fog in the room and be the beacon of clear thought. They are a master of logic and clarity.
If you posses the qualities of the king of swords, you are the one with the answers. Others know this. They will flock to you with questions. Do your best to answer sincerely. If you don’t know the answers though, simply say “I don’t know.” You don’t have to pretend to know something you don’t to impress others. You will be more impressive by admitting your limits. This does not however, diminish your true wisdom. Your ideas will be sought after. You have time and time again proven yourself to be a brilliant person in the past. It is just expected of you now. Appreciate this. Help others to figure out what they need to have figured out.