This is the 3rd section of this but, I found it the most interesting for my own path. You can find the full credit for the text as well as her other sections beginning here.
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(I find the statement of handwriting and palms being similar very interesting.)
Here, I disagree slightly. If it serves their shadow-work for them to have differing social status I think it’s very possible that one will have and the other have-not as part of the necessary understanding that income doesn’t bring happiness. (I think the shared lesson might be to understand that hard work is a noble calling in and of itself.)
I do feel, however, that the TF with a higher social status would need to be of a very firm nature regarding status and have a particularly stubborn way with regards to the importance placed on income and its use.
That is to say, able to push aside the temptation of greed and focus on how income can be used to assist humanity in some way. A philanthropic nature of some type. It also makes sense that, with one TF as work-horse, and the other TF as Innovator this may be particularly possible as a dynamic. (In my opinion) .