The Third House
The Second House
The challenge of the second house is to use all of your available resources to cultivate a relationship with the physical world that reflects what's truly important to you. You don't want to be someone who knows the cost of everything and the value of nothing.
What does it mean to have a relationship with the physical world? What is valued in this life, and how do your contributions reflect that value. The question of what's truly important comes up every time we balance our checkbook or choose between saving for retirement or paying off debt. It comes up every time we decide what to eat and how much to spend. It is a daily question of balance.
The key is to have a clear vision of what you value and how to translate that into your day-to-day life, not just with money but with the resources you have as well.