Wheel of Fortune (R) - Always trust and believe in who you are - even when everything appears to be wrong, no matter how hard you try. Have courage now - be strong and put your thoughts on higher things. When you can't see the way to go - trust in God to turn your situation around.

Re-evaluate your abilities. Analyze everything and ask yourself - "Will I benefit by this experience?" Keep planting seeds - you never know which ones will blossom and they all may blossom in time. Your job is to simply keep planting seeds and trusting that there will be results. The clearer and stronger your desire, the more action you will receive as you begin to see the whole picture - retaining the parts you want and eliminating what you don't want. Your greatest wealth is knowing that you are "complete" within yourself. Your major goal is to discover as much as you can about your "Self" - then work on improving the "quality" of your own life.

The more you know about yourself, the better you can deal with any life situation - for the "psyche" is the same in everyone. Involve yourself in an active way and things will happen. Anger is a necessary aspect of your "being" - you are required to meet it head on, look it over and come to terms with it. The only way you can make changes in yourself is to be so angry with yourself that you can finally say "This has got to stop!" The anger will continue until you finally come to grips with it and do what is necessary to balance it. Never struggle against the events that occur in your life - because life will always win out against the personality who is trying to oppose it. If you are a person who always reacts "passively" to whatever life does to you - then this signifies a more important change than just simply a new set of circumstances - it will open the door to a new awareness of the responsibility you have for your own life.

You may be ill prepared for the chance you are considering or you may be invoking divine providence to intervene inappropriately. Expecting something for nothing as in gambling. Possibly an improper "I deserve this" attitude. The problems that come from depending solely on "luck or fate". A "mind-over-matter" school of thought.

Questions to Answer: What life-changes are you experiencing? How are you adapting to these changes? What effects are you feeling from circumstances you put in motion previously? Is there something you need to resolve? How are your horizons expanding? Do you find it hard to accept periods of boredom or routine? How do you measure success?