The Six of Pentacles stands for having or not having resources, knowledge and power. For the querent, the appearance of the Six of Pentacles card during a reading requires him to think on what having material resources and immaterial things, such as knowledge, power, and love, actually means. The image on the Six of Pentacles card is that of a rich person giving away coins to a beggar, while another is waiting his turn. The person is holding the scales of justice in one hand, as if to decide whom to give and whom not to give. The picture is very clear as to who is dominating and who is submitting; who is giving and who is taking; who has and who has not.
Similar to the image on the card, the querent may think himself on the positive side of the picture. However, life has a habit of throwing a curved ball. Fortunes can change, and quickly. Therefore, for the querent, the card asks him to reconsider.
The Six of Pentacles is a difficult card to interpret. It falls between the extremes of having and not having, as signified by the Ten of Pentacles and the Five of Pentacles.