The universe gets short shrift in society. Most discussions on man-made topics like politics, finance, religion, and morals typically ignore the Universe and her cycles altogether. In my experience, of all the societal constructs, it's the world of finance, funnily enough, that acknowledges and respects cycles -- whether social, natural or universal -- more than any other, even the religious ones.
Instead, the Universe is considered so out-there, so unimaginable, and a topic dominated by the stereotypical, granola-eating, unicorn-spotting members of the Spiritual Industrial Complex (SIC) that it's ignored or castigated altogether. It's a shame because it might lessen the judgments, criticisms, and general harshness to which man treats its fellow man. How can we judge a person without at least considering the largest circumstance of all, the Universe? As Yeats wrote, how can we know the dancer from the dance?
One individual might have the correct design to navigate societal constructs at this particular juncture of the Cross of Planning. He or she might be able to overcome the odds of a poor upbringing to, say, sell and manifest on this plane, at this time. Another individual, from the same neighborhood, the same set of social circumstances, may not have the design to perhaps do so well materially. Maybe that person's time will come after 2027. Maybe it was 60 years ago. There are limitations to our time and place that we need to at least start recognizing.