The Fool is the explorer. He has packed his knapsack, and he is determined to learn from the world. The youth dreams of achievement and expects wonders to appear to him. However, there are obstacles. The naivete and carefree attitude threaten his success. His blind faith almost causes him to fall from a precipice. Although his resolve is strong, caution is necessary to keep the Fool from ruin. Meaning: freedom, new adventures, foolishness, optimism, ignorant, and unaffected. Reverse: Folly, indiscretion, and thoughtless action.