Freedom: For or Against?, a commencement address, by Johns Hopkins president William R. Brody.
Then she laid down some Tarot cards at his fingertips, studied them intently for several minutes, and said: “You will be poor, and miserable, until you are 45 years old.”
“And then?” said my friend rather hopefully. “What happens when I’m 45?”
She said: “By then you’ll be used to it.”