by James Byrd
A. Hexagram fifty-three parallels that of self-development, or just plain old developmental change. The situation is named Jian or infiltrating. Additional variations are just as I have said, development, gradual progress, and advancement. the lower trigram is gen: bound or mountain. The upper trigram is xun: wind.
Good fortune brings good fortune.
2. Perseverance furthers.
B. The Image1. On the mountain, a tree.
a) Now we can see the image of developmental growth.
b) Thus the superior man abides in dignity and virtue,
in order to improve the mores.
II. My interpretation
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