The keyword for the Six of Pentacles is generosity. Either the querent (the person the reading is for) is generous himself, or someone else will be generous to them.
The generosity of the Six of Pentacles is fair and just, which is why Robin Wood chose to show her benefactor holding the scales.
The Six of Swords is a card of flight, of respite, and of travel. It isn't really a card of rest, more like a lull in the action where you can regroup.
I'm kind of going through a Six of Swords time of my life right now, so I'm going to focus on them.
The Six of Wands (Staves, in Kris Waldherr's Goddess deck) represent victory and glory. However, it should be remembered that it is not the last stage of the 1-10 cycle of the minor arcanas. There is more joy and adventure coming up! Be sure to enjoy this Six of Wands energy!
Reversed, Six of Wands is a sign of "a dream deferred," delays, even humiliation.
Six of Cups is the card of nostalgia, childhood, and happy family life. It tends to show up when daydreaming about the past, or when a childhood buddy is about to come a-calling.