One way to look at Jupiter and 7th House is how you know yourself by way of responses you get -- out there. And what a strange time we live in with avatars and timelines, where the self-image is almost an abstract thing -- out there on the 'net.
It's a time when you might make a comment, like my husband did the other day on my uncle's Facebook timeline, and not get a response back. He shrugged it off, but we both take note of that kind of thing, and how odd it it, such a divergent etiquette than the way things used to be pre-social media.
The usual give and take has somehow given way to new rules, I guess because social media has become a kind of soap box or personal pr machine, where responses are optional. There's also a 'look at me' theme, with so many wanting to be seen, heard, 'liked,' but all at the same time.
Having that door open to a response takes energy, and that's one reason I don't like the format of Facebook with dangling remarks that are never answered, or sharp exchanges with cousins that are not resolved in person.
Now this is a wild sync, because as I check my own writing on Jupiter in Libra (for ThoughtCo, formerly About.com), I see I wrote about 'The Facebook.'
Does this all lead to a sense of being fractured energetically, and having lots of loose ends? Symbolically with Jupiter this year, it's one of growing through the give and take, especially with one other. But it can also be your self-image, and learning from the responses you get.
Jupiter Libra can bring out that question, who are your real friends? One of my friends is about to turn 50 (and so am I!) and her daughter is asking for memories for her birthday celebration. It's really got me thinking about her and me, and our close friendship since we were at least 10, but I think before that.
And recently I was really wondering, what does she think of who I've become, and things that happened over the years? It's those people that really, really know you, that have always known you, that are the most profound mirrors of who you are, and who you've become. I think it would take time, and maybe some glasses of wine (he he) to get to the heart of that question, as our paths diverged in many ways.
There are those whose opinions of us matters more than others. That's part of the Libra dance, too, isn't it? Everyone reads us from their own perception, and that's part of what we can weigh, to take what's of value in their responses, and leave the rest!