The Minaar, or Tower in traditional Tarot, is often a dreaded card as it can represent chaos and destruction. For the Sufis, however, change and destruction are not something to be feared, as disintegration is necessary for reintegration. What may appear to be devastation on the surface is often not. Rumi writes about the house that must be demolished to discover the treasure hidden beneath it. The old structure gives way as the lightning hits the Minaar, but we can spot a few glints in the resulting rubble—the jewels hidden underneath that are finally recoverable. When this card appears for you, you are being asked to see the breaking of old structures with the eye of the heart. What destruction is necessary in your life before reconstruction?