A full and complete answer to your question in ten cards lies below. First, observe the symbols and images in your tarot cards, then slowly take in the wisdom in your reading.
To interpret your ten cards, look for how many cards you have that are similar: major arcana, suits, numbers, themes, or how they might be different, and let your intuition draw the information together.
If you do nothing, you gain nothing! Stand out from the rest and do something to break free! Be brave and know if you try you can make it happen...if you do nothing, you gain nothing! Competition helps use to better ourselves but can also cause anger and fear. Face your fear and know succeeding is Trying!
When the Ace of Swords turns up, a grand yes! is yelled from the sky, a wish may come true. There may be a great realization, a manifestation, a liberation, an awakening, opening to the truth that sets you free, something miraculous.
Self-Sacrifice, seeking spiritual insight, spiritual/psychic awareness, inner peace, spiritual awakening, solitude, suspension, the need for a new perspective, empathy, and uniqueness.
The wealth in this card usually does not come suddenly, nor to those without merit. It is a result of efforts. The couple in this card has received part of their wealth, both material and in terms of stable loving homes, from the generation before them, but did not rest on the laurels, and made their own way. As every completed cycle carries the seed for the new cycle, they are now ready to share their wealth and pass it on to the next generation.
If this card appears in a reading, it generally signifies a healthy, balanced, and fruitful partnership of some kind. Quite often this is romantic, and can indeed indicate a marriage, but it can also be a friendship or business relationship. It shows a commitment to a choice, and the responsibilities it will entail, as well as the joys.
The two drinks indicate a partnership - friendship, business, romantic, doesn't really matter. What matters is that there are two of you, and you are close enough to sit down and share a drink together, and hopefully, to wash up afterwards. We don't want the milk to go sour in the cup now, do we! It's not likely to though, the two of you mesh, you share a synchronicity - if one of you has made this drink, the other will most likely clean up afterwards, but what ever you do, you will share in it together.
An independent man or woman of means. Solitary enjoyment of the physical and tangible, without selfishness. A hard-earned reward. The culmination of hard work and discipline.
The Empress signifies the female and chaotic power of the universe. She guards the powerful and vulnerable life force, which delicate balance should be protected but not constricted. This sensual and loving archetype teaches us to love and cherish ourselves as well as the world around us. A motherís true love means granting freedom for change and growth, protecting without smothering. As all mothers she juggles many tasks and she succeeds because she draws her energy from the love within her.
This card is a card of introspection. A time to awake and to be conscious and aware of what is going on and what has happened. To begin anew and change our path if necessary. The aid of the gentle love of God transforms the ugly into the beautiful.