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"Oracle Deck"



We live in a group society, communication between people is crucial.
From a very young age, we learn how to make friends and socialize.

There is an old saying: "What's near cinnabar goes red, and what's next to ink turns black." We tend to become friends with those who resonate with us.

Therefore, the type of friends one chooses to be with often reflects their own state of being.

Are your friends mere fair-weather, or are they true and close friends?
Are they friends with whom you can only engage in parties, or friends with whom you can talk about everything?

It is important to examine the dynamics of our friendships.

Just as we need to declutter and let go of things that no longer resonate with us, we also need to do the same in our interpersonal relationships.

If a friend no longer resonates with us or lacks meaningful interaction, it may be time to let go. “Out with the old, in with the new “

The universe will surely bring better friends into your life.
When you have friends who bring you happiness, cherish them deeply.

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