The Knight of Wands, in the Hidden Motivations position (which reflects your inner guidance, belief system, conscience, worldview, or Will) suggests that you might operate from a standpoint that doesn’t include ulterior motives, or, if it does, your probably state them or make them known freely. You may be drawn to "higher" forms of study such as philosophy or religion, or choose to undertake actions of social responsibility in your quest to gain a greater understanding or perspective of the world around you. You may tend to approach new opportunities with enthusiasm and excitement, and others might perceive you as being someone of high spirits, esteem, and optimism. Your work, projects, service, or career may hold a place of great importance in your life. More than likely whatever it is that you do may be more like a calling rather than a "job". For this reason, it may be as much a part of who you are, as anything else. There is the possibility, however, that you may get so caught up in what you do, that you forget about the rest of the world. Even during your down time, you may still plan or do in relation to your "calling". This can tend to make you reclusive, or even obsessive. You are being reminded to attend to your everyday needs as well, even if this means just hanging out with friends and not talking about your career, project, or calling.