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  • Writer's pictureMaryanne McNeill

Misinformation about Black Cats and other lies

As with most things, the myth of black cats being bad luck comes from a distortion of communications way back in the day of …


In Celtic mythology, it was believed that fairies could take the form of black cats, and therefore their arrival to a home or village was seen as sign of good luck. 👍🏻🍀


According to Celtic mythology, fairies 👼🏻 could take the form of black cats, so their arrival to a home or village was seen as sign of good luck.


Unfortunately, the Pilgrims that followed in their wake were fearful of the pagan beliefs of their ancestors, and so it was that fear determined black cats were incarnations of witches and demons.


Isn’t it amazing what fear can do⁉ 😨


You can miss out on so many wonderful experiences and opportunities by giving in to it.


I adore my beautiful black cat Sasha Fierce Coco Channel. She is so elegant and graceful and sweet.


In fact, I have even used her in client advertising 😲






So on #BlackCatAppreciationDay it seems appropriate to ask, what is your “black cat”?

What has you fearful to pursue your purpose?


Either through your own insecurities or those fears forced onto you by others?


It is important to remember often when people slam your idea, it is because they would be too scared to take that action themselves.


Remember those fears are other peoples’ beliefs!

You do not have to follow them.

I mean isn’t fear just an acronym for false evidence appearing real? 🤔


Face your fear and do it anyway. power

You’ll be glad you did.

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