The Fool is shown in colorful and motley clothes, with a pack tied to his staff, a dog at his heels, and a cliff. The Fool sits at # 0 and is the card of infinite possibilities. It symbolizes new beginnings, new adventures, new opportunities, unlimited possibilities, pleasure, passion, thoughtlessness, and rashness; and in reverse stands for a bad decision, indecision, apathy, hesitation, and a faulty choice. The basic Tarot story of the Fool is that he travels aimlessly with all his worldly possessions in a small pack. He does not see the cliff and is likely to fall over - a daydreamer, lost in his dreams. The dog at his heels tries to warn him. The basic meaning of this card is that he is on his way to a new beginning, and that he has all he needs or wants, as is indicated by the bag on the staff. The warning associated with this card is that he should stop daydreaming, and should watch where he is going, otherwise he could fall and seem like a fool.