The Seven of Disks are falling into Netzach, the fields of anarchy and destiny,
and losing the harmonious peace of Tiphareth, this is a radical fall from paradise
into the abysses of fate.
Failure is the name of the card and program for its downfall, and so the Seven of Disks talk of hopes deceived and crushed, of unfilled promises, loss of fortune, dealings that first sounded good but later revealed as short-living or cheating, false successes with no lasting benefit, that in the end had cost much more than they had gained.
The hope within the card is the hand of Saturn, the father of time, who reminds us to wait for a chance instead of quickly jumping after any vague promise, to silently watch and reflect and get deeper insights into the coherences, until the time will come when a real chance shows up.
Drive: Resignation, impatience
Light: The ability to wait
Shadow: Failure, disappointment, uneasiness, overhasty, stupid actions, unwise investments