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The Brightness


He was the king, and they said that being Fire over Fire, he could walk through flames and emerge unscathed.

The I Ching’s double fire sign, Li, means “to cling to something,” and “the brightness.” A luminous thing must contain something within itself that perseveres; otherwise it will burn itself out. 224 more words

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Dear Wen XXVI

Dear Wen…

Undoubtedly… the Yin Yang is an eloquent symbol perfectly expressing the nature of the mundane world. The corresponding glyph which grants the ability to penetrate this nature is not usually given but omitted and consists in the eight Tri-Grams which surround it like the eight directions of the western temple. 350 more words

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The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #40

Hexagram 40: Hsieh—Deliverance

Hydrolysis is
a thunderstorm of risk-free
solutions. Heaven

and Earth pardon the
crimes of the SLA in
the earthquake at the

blame-free time of the… 97 more words

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The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #40

Hexagram 40: Hsieh—Deliverance

Hydrolysis is
a thunderstorm of risk-free
solutions. Heaven

and Earth pardon the
crimes of the SLA in
the earthquake at the

blame-free time of the… 96 more words

Haiku

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #30

Hexagram 30: Li—The Clinging, Fire

Fire on, fire off, fire
under fire, animal fire,
female fire. Moon days,

beautiful cattle
in the valley, the world formed… 97 more words

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The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #31

Hexagram 31: Hsien—Influence (Wooing)

Salt against Gen Next:
fetch a salty girl sense of
air induction, death

to the second phase,
flexible and rigid. Fetch… 89 more words

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The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #32

Hexagram 32: Hêng—Duration

Constant hang, no blame.
Long and strong under rigid
Lei Feng facies,

the Tao of Heaven
and Earth hangs blame-free on a… 112 more words

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