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I see the fives as seeking balance, and striving for it. They have to work hard to stay stable as they will inherently tip to one side or the other. In order to balance there has to be an odd one out. This is sort of like how you may be seeing five fingers, but in reality you're looking at four fingers and one thumb. The four fingers are stable as fingers, and the thumb is working so hard to join them, but is off to the side, has a different purpose and name, is fed by a different artery, and does its own thing.
This tension (between looking for balance and having an odd one out) is why the pips strike many as 'negative.' They imply a sense of conflict, or of loneliness, or of wanting something that cannot be had.
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