Wednesday, we have the Five of Cups.
The card is often associated with disappointment. It is about disappointment, but it also isn’t.
Sometimes this card is about crying over spilled milk or water under the bridge. Or seeing the cup half empty vs. the cup half full. Five is half of ten, after all.
This card asks a person to pause and reconsider their perspective. Rather than going with a knee-jerk emotional reaction and making (false) assumptions, a person might reconsider their perspective. Even if you go along with your original viewpoint, reconsidering your perspective is expansive and beneficial.
How often do you reconsider your perspective about a situation?