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Hexagram 25: Innocence

Statement: Innocence: from the first, all must be pervasive, gainful, and pure. Those without such truth suffer calamity and do not gain no matter where they go.

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Top trigram: Heaven

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Bottom trigram: Thunder

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Hexagram Number: 25

Hexagram Name: Innocence

Line 1 comment: Innocence: from the first, all must be pervasive, gainful, and pure. Those without such truth suffer calamity and do not gain no matter where they go.

Line 2 comment: No new fields, no old fields: it is better to go far away.

Line 3 comment: Unexpected trouble: a cow might be tethered by someone else. The traveler gains, the townsman loses.

Line 4 comment: If you can be upright, there will be no fault.

Line 5 comment: Unexpected illness. Recovery from sickness brings joy.

Line 6 comment: Unexpected action brings disaster. No place will be gainful.

The image Thunder moves under heaven: all the world is innocent. The ancient kings paid close attention to the time in nourishing the myriad things.

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