In ancient Greek mythology, Tyche is the goddess of fate, more precisely the capricious lot that brings us into good or bad life situations and therefore seems more like a coincidence to us. The
Tyche, who meets us in the picture above, merges with the ancient figure of Psyché, an earthly princess into whom the god Amor fell in love and thus made her immortal.
This imagination shows us a Tyche, a fate that longs for love and a trusting home. Her love is forgiven, but Tyche remains who she is. And she knows perfectly well that no moodiness, no
spontaneous impetuosity can be the foundation of true love.