Poor guy, he has fallen asleep at his desk, all worn out from figuring his rates of interest and growth on his money. He has tried to shut himself off from the world with multiple door locks which crack me up. Locks only keep out honest people, they are no deterrent to a thief at all.
I'm reminded by this card that great wealth is also a burden, not just all about pleasure; great wealth takes work to manage and brings responsibilities and worries also. The impression we gain looking in the window is just a tip of a iceberg.
"I'd like to live as a poor man with lots of money." ~ Pablo Picasso 1881-1973
I've switched decks to Songs For The Journey Home. The deck is out of print and the website is even gone so I have nothing to link my sidebar to. It is one of my top 10 decks and has carried me through some rough times in the past. By Catherene Cook of New Zealand and Dwariko Von Sommaruga, deceased.