Above: The Difficult (4)
Below: The Creative (7)
All of us need spiritual sustenance (feedback with nature) but such gifts do not arrive to order, so we must remain vigilant. The theme here is this state of anticipation.
When confronted with danger we should not immediately advance, but wait until an appetite has grown for taking-on the ordeal. What may seem like hesitation is a necessary pause. Appetite transforms initial anxiety into determination and inner certainty. We must hold this within to find success.
Building our appetite for the challenge develops tenacity and so brings about good fortune because we are then able to wait and recognise an opportunity as it bestows its power, enabling our escape from danger. The strength of our appetite to engage in the challenge enables us to endure and accept our fate. Once we accept things without delusion, signs emerge through events. Once recognised, the path forward must be followed with cool resolve.