Anything can be a superpower if it is something that you can do that is needed, wanted or in any way appreciated.
For example, I am always amazed at my husband’s near magical ability to pack stuff into small spaces. I swear he’s part Timelord, and makes anything bigger on the inside.
I’m better at knitting. I get satisfaction from taking string and two sticks and making something actually useful.
The Queen of Swords is about learning, accepting, incorporating and using your superpowers, whatever they may be. It is about living your truth. It is about all the been there, done that in your life. Yes, by all means, keep learning – always – but at the same time it’s OK to know stuff. To paraphrase a television commercial, you know a thing or two because you’ve seen a thing or two. You are the only judge of what your thing or two may be. If your superpower is that you are a brain surgeon – thank all goodness you exist. If your superpower is that you give a great manicure, that’s cool too.
Anything you do that makes you happy counts.
One thing that we all can do is – do. Some days, just to put one foot in front of the other, to keep moving through your day is superpower enough. Even if you have to stop, retreat or endure in a different direction than before, persistence is a superpower.