Our Daily Spread for August 22, 2011 Monday ©

Aug 22, 2011 by

Advice suggests you can be too rich. When you have it all,  you have much to lose,  and when you are financially secure,  you worry about staying that way.  And what if your fears about the future come as true as your hopes about the future?  Worrying about having the good life,  say in a pension,  when you already have the good life.  Why are people who’ve got it all so unhappy?  Being the pillar of the community is scary.


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Two of Wands

Nine of Cups,  Seven of Pentacles,  Nine of Swords


Wonder why I am so worried my dream will come true.

What if my fears about the future come true?

When you’ve got it all,  you worry about keeping it.

You wonder and worry about a secure future,  when you already have it.

Now that he has all that money,  what is he going to do with it:  It keeps him up nights.

Maybe I will get what I am afraid of.

Anxious and uncertain about (his) pension giving (him) the good life.

Why are people who’ve got it all so unhappy?

Made all this money in real estate,  so should I be nervous?

Is this what I really want, or will I be sorry?

Is there cause for concern about me being satisfied with my future?

Having too much financial security can be a nightmare.

You wonder how awful it’s going to be,  the banker has all the money.

He really wants to be a pillar of the community,  his hopes and fears are all about this.

Fear and doubt make you want to be in control.

Nervous about the plan to have it all – there’s always some doubt.

All night I am/was up wondering how much money I will have having.


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So we have Nine of Cups,  you get whatever it is you want,  get your dream-come-true and Two of Wands,  financial security.  What could be better than THAT? Both mean a person who ‘has it all,’  and has it all to excess.

Well, let’s throw in some major spoilers –  doubt about the outcome (Seven of Pentacles) and nightmare, worry,  up nights (Nine of Swords).

What have you got?  You’ve got the insecurity people get who have it all,  who are too secure,  so secure the only place they have to go in a change is down the slope.


Nine of Cups is your dream does come true,  you have it all,  you are satisfied and happy and rich.  It also can mean excess,  but not today.  Illustration is a fellow who has once again eaten and drunk it all,  has cups behind him to prove it.

Seven of Cups is one of what I call the ‘Duh’  cards.  It means doubt,  doubt about the outcome,  uncertainty.  The fellow leans on his shovel wondering whether his plant will bear.

Nine of Swords is the nightmare,  is ‘up nights,’  is upset, worrying,  anxious,  crying.  Illustration is a human sitting up in bed,  holding his or her head in the classic pose.

Two of Wands is the real estate mogul who has it all.  He ‘has the world in his hands,’  literally,  in the illustration.  Pamela Coleman Smith’s sense of humor there? He stands on the finished roof of his tower (the highest building) looking over his real estate holdings down there,  and plans what he shall do with all that next.  He is the banker,  these days.


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  1. Me

    To your advice…do not have that problem!

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