The Five of Coins is not a card of prosperity. It alludes to adversity, both inner and outer. When this card appears for you, you are being asked to connect with the feelings and challenges that lack of material security and lack of spiritual connectedness bring up for you. Instead of feeling left out in the cold without any help and generally rejected and wronged, what if we were to do what the Sufis do – learn to look at physical hardships as opportunities to evolve? What if we learned to shed the superficialities we held on to for the world and finally be able to turn to our authentic selves?