Have you ever wanted to do something crazy, or out of your realm but didn't because you were afraid of what the outcome would be? Or maybe you were concerned with what others would think or *gasp*, "what if I embarrassed myself?"
What if you could do the above without consequences? Or to put it more simply, what if you could do the one thing you always wanted to do without over planning, over thinking or overanalyzing? Just go with the flow, step off the cliff and accept whatever comes your way.
The Fool from Rider-Waite by Waite and Smith, 1909
The Fool has always been one of my favorites (although I tend to say that about all 78 cards). The Fool is 0 but you can also think of it as unnumbered. I have always interpreted the number 0 as a clean slate, a new beginning, void of baggage (woohoo!). In the Rider-Waite image (see above), you see a man about to step off a cliff. He holds a white flower and a hobo pack sits on his shoulder. Does the pack hold your past? A white dog is at his feet perhaps warning him that he is about to take a big step which will result in falling or perfect spontaneity. The Fool is a wanderer, a traveler, an explorer.
dress: Yome Shojo, *ooo*sun
skin: Yome Shojo, *rave2*yellow