there is a saying in astrology which applies to everyone and that is we all have light and dark within us but what we choose to act on is what determines who we are. i have not seen a chart that did not have some or some source of light whether it be manushya or deva, even with those who were mostly rakshasa. actually some rakshasa in your chart is necessary in this world, otherwise you would be a complete victim and have no fight or defense at all. this place is not heaven. but it's how you use your chart and energies and for what purpose that determines what you are. even when i was at my lowest, i did not seek out others to exploit for their energy as my abusers did. yes, people shared their light with me just being around me at times but i did not view that as an opportunity to exploit them. i started with the seed that i had and little light i had left and regrew it again within myself, over time, even though it was a difficult and long road. that is why we are considered the advanced souls denoted by mercury trine uranus. the trine is the most wise in this configuration. if you keep stealing others energy and it runs out because it eventually will, you have to keep stealing and vampiring from others and you are not genuine but an impostor of light. the ignorance is that we all have that divine seed or light within us and you just have to act on the light and good (sow and reap). why would you want to be anything other than your unique self? people ignore what they have and assume another has what they don't and act from envy and jealousy. this is not true. it may be different but each snowflake is beautiful in it's own right, if you choose to do the inner work. the problem with cheaters is they see someone that is ahead in the game and would rather undermine or steal from them instead of looking inward and starting from where they are at whether it's character growth or outward status. people who are ahead of the game (the right way if you are ethical) is an example and inspiration that its possible, not to bring down. that's the difference. one would be much more genuine when you practice inner self-reliance and start from that premise instead of pretending to be someone they are not. that said, it's not that simple in this dualistic world. you have to play your cards right all the time and that includes the fact even devas that incarnate can eventually be corrupted by their own choices as well as by others tainting them. they can also be tempted to take advantage or exploit as well. it's not always your doing or actions that affect you so there are a lot of variables to consider in this game. others can reap what you sow as well. this is a dangerous and unfair world. life is a test and ultimately it's a test of your character, more than anyting else. who are you really? what are your values? what do you want to perpetuate in the world?