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On July 10, 2018 at 3:09 PM 

muhor?

and received a response of:
old yin
old yang
old yin
yin
yang
yin
 

29 Pit

The Statement of the first hexagram

Repeated pits.
Have confidence.
Tether your heart and continue.
Action brings honor.

The changing lines

The fourth line:
A bottle of wine, a bamboo basket,
and two earthenware vessels offered simply
through a window. In the end, no fault.
The fifth line:
The pit is not yet flooded to the brim.
No fault.
The sixth line:
Tied and entangled. Thrown in brambles.
For three years, nothing can be won.
Misfortune.
yang
yin
yang
yin
yang
yin
 

64 Not Yet Across

The Statement of the second hexagram

Not yet across. Continue.

The young fox, nearly across,

soaks its tail.

No place is gainful.
 
 

The Image of the first hexagram

Flowing water comes:
repeated pits.
The noble one moves
with constant virtue, and
repeatedly teaches
the critical matters.
 
 

The Image of the second hexagram

Fire on top of water:
not yet across. The wise
one distinguishes things
carefully, and puts them
in their places.