The Trader will teach you to barter for services. Livestock was considered one of the main forms of mobile wealth among the First Men. Wealth was not determined by any sort of currency but rather the ability to maintain self, family and/or the community. Here we see a farmhand carrying a calf to trade for other goods he may need for himself and those he supports. He carries the knowledge needed in raising, herding, caring and maintaining his stock to secure life sustenance. His ability to offer a single source for food, clothing, and tools – essential for basic living – allows him to be sought after and sustain his position as provider. The way to abundance is by offering something in return, through deed or material worth.
Keywords: Life/yearly cycles, harvest, seasons, organization, foresight, observation, physical/mental clarity, caring for others.