Sometimes when we offer ourselves in service to others our own life tends to get topsy turvy. Sometimes we may feel that our own needs get put last after everyone else. This can cause frustration or we can accept it as the way things are right now. The Buddhists believe that the way to alleviate suffering is to accept that nothing is permanent. Rest in the knowledge that nothing ever stays the same. Peace is acceptance of what life hands you. When you give, do it with love and know that you will be rewarded three fold. If you give with resentment you get nothing but a bitter heart. Life has a way of balancing the scales eventually. Karma repays you not just for what you do, but how you felt when you were doing it. Doing good deeds without love is worthless. Just for today, think about not only what you do, but how you feel when you are doing it. No, sometimes we can't control what happens, but we always can control how it affects us. Do everything with love in your heart, and watch things change.
The Hanged Man (XII) is the twelfth trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. It is used in game playing as well as in divination.
It depicts a shameful image of a traitor being punished in a manner common at the time for traitors in Italy. Some versions portray Judas, and include the bags of silver in his hands. In other interpretations, The Hanged Man is a depiction of the Norse god Odin, who suspended himself from a tree in order to gain knowledge.