The Sun Tarot
The basic symbols of this card are the Sun, one or two naked children (a naked little boy, sometimes riding a white pony), sunflowers, and often a wall. The card is about glory, gain, triumph, pleasure, truth, and success. This card symbolizes satisfaction, accomplishment, success, love, joy, engagement or a happy marriage; and in reverse stands for unhappiness, loneliness, canceled plans, broken engagement or marriage, a clouded future, and a lack of friends.

After a restless night in the boat, the Fool finds that the river has come to an end. He is in a serene pool with a walled garden, with a variety of flowers, including sunflowers. As he steps ashore, the Sun rises. A laughing little boy on a small pony enters the garden. Excitedly, he takes the Fool by the hand and points out all the things in the garden – the busy insects, the seeds, the petals, the sunlight sparkling in the pond, etc.

The Fool smiles wider and brighter, and is simply and purely happy. He realizes that the garden, the sun, and the child are within him, and that he has met his own inner light.

For the Querent, the card means he is going to have his day in the sun.

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