Tarotka Minor Arcana: Three of Coins

Three of Coins/Three of Pentacles
The Three of Coins represents the power of constructive force. It’s a card that represents the desire for a job that you enjoy an can do well, and states that these careers can be both emotionally and financially fulfilling. They are also ideal from a society’s perspective, as these jobs inspire you to work hard, to do your best and to cooperate with others towards the accomplishment of a common goal. When you work at something you enjoy, you are willing to look at all the minor details, and can produce much greater works than someone who just sees it as another job. This is because you have inspiration to back your efforts, and a willingness to put in time to make sure everything is done right.

The result of this is achievement, usually in some manner of material work. It can result in the creation of art, or a gain in business or productivity. There is a certain amount of stability represented by this card – your efforts pay off, and you are rewarded for them, both emotionally and physically.

Inverse
This is you, stuck in a job you could not care less about. You can probably guess what happens to your constructive force here – it also could not care less. You have no patience for details or good work, because it is soul-numbingly boring. You just want to do the absolute minimum you can get away with. You can try to focus, because you’re a responsible person like that, but you’re never going to match the quality of anyone who actually cared about what they were doing. Your work is mediocre or shoddy. Why are you at this job, anyway? Well, you probably needed the money. The Three of Coins inversed is probably telling you what you already know, which is that you are bored and frustrated at work. It’s also letting you know that everything suffers for that, and letting you know that work does not have to be so unfulfilling… you just need to find some other field.

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