What you plant on your own—the seeds of character, beginnings of connections, a reputation for good work and integrity—these identify who you are to your people. This brings balance and yes, justice to your life.
We’ve got the Seven of Pentacles, the fruit of our labors blooming, followed by the joy of community from the Three of Cups. Taken together, these contribute to the overriding stabilizing, balancing force of Justice.
Who you are largely determines who makes up your inner circle, your “community,” you know? And this is a direct reflection upon who you are as well as who they are. It’s not about judgement, but rather the balancing (or destabilizing) nature of close relationships.
Cultivate the qualities you wish to grow, and then surround yourself with others who share those qualities. This will keep you balanced and firmly rooting in being the kind of person you wish to be. Our vibrations attract those of like vibration and dissimilar vibrations between people who are close together tend to match up over time. If you want a loving, compassionate life, first BE loving and compassionate, cultivate it, and then surround yourself with others who are that way. That keeps you on track. Like attracts like.
Are you satisfied with the company you keep?
|The Transparent Tarot |
by Emily Carding
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