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The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #32

April 11, 2014

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
road with no end and

no beginning, a
flexible Toshisada,

constant. Sun and Moon
days: the four seasons change, saints
people the world, all

feelings visible.
It’s like saying: Lei Feng, a
gentleman, is not

standing easy. Death
harvests a mechanism of
regret, pursuing

virtue, too ashamed
to attack, dredging for the
tolerance of tin,

German poultry in
the non-place of Andrew Bird.
A fierce woman, a

lady-fierce teacher,
is like saying: Got my own
way! The mean time of

constant vibration
is a reactive culprit
without death’s honor.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #31

April 1, 2014

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
a girl sense of the

world, saints moving in
of heart-peace under

men and women in
a universe visible.
It’s like saying: a

gentleman with a
salted thumb and fibula
is a virtual

person, a mountain
of fierce harm. Log out despite
the flushing unit

salted with practiced
regrets, flickering between
friends too mean to be

thinking victims, bright
Zhen Ji mechanism of salt-
assisted cheeks, tongue.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #30

March 27, 2014

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
Ming Zhao soft, tears of

Noriyuki, world
of vegetation and soft
yellow tomorrows.

The Shoe King is wrong!
Like saying: Chiang Kai-shek has
assumed the functions

of old people on
a day of hard pretend. A
drum, an earthen jar

of PR and song
can be burned long before tears
without tolerance,

folded sudden and
ugly into battle with
a hard quartet of

states, participates.
It’s no blame to be eighty;
no blame to be dead.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #29

February 6, 2014

Hexagram 29: K’an—The Abysmal (Water)

A water bucket
under a ridge, Key Biscayne:
dimensional hearts

hang on a line of
acquisition thresholds—risk.
Rover is learning,

when water rather
than profitability
flows, risk is losing

its letter. Just hang
Victoria! Natural
defense is rising,

dangerous mountains
and hills power kings, public
insurance in its

country at the time
of the Ephesians. Teach a
gentleman with a

practiced bucket and
risks are cut smaller. It’s like
saying: do not use

the fierce road to Key
Biscayne without the pillow
of insurance and

two bottles of strong
wine in an earthen jar. The
reactive window

of loss, erected
as the standard of smaller
acquisition, cuts

the spine in clumps of
depression, a bucket of
blame placed flat under

the year’s only road
with old Michael Zimmerman’s
ink deposit lost.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #28

December 27, 2013

Hexagram 28: Ta Kuo—Preponderance of the Great

A radial wind
is against you, big, greater
than big. You, weak, will

hang shortly, as in
Italy at the time of
the Ephesians. Be

independent. A
gentleman without fear or
favor, a stuffy

imperata, blame-
free, erected, will wilt, de-
wood, soft like an old

fellow. Women, wives,
may not be supported in
a fierce radial

attack. Women can
be ugly, a blight bestowed
on Takayuki.

Neither find fault nor
praise with the place of facies
or dolphin brothers.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #27

December 27, 2013

Hexagram 27: I—Corners of the Mouth (Providing Nourishment)

Seeking a pretext.
A pension, a self, a watch,
all living things: saints

nourishing yin in
Italy at the time of
the Ephesians. It’s

like saying: Thunder
Mountain is the cheek of a
gentleman’s heaven,

a Scheer turtle of
careful speech and diet, a
gourmet kitchen, the

fierce blame-whisk of the
missing class, ten years eyeing
a contrary road.

Like saying: Britain
is the culprit, brushed along
the top frame by frame

but not involved in
the celebration. Seek the
view not less than you.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #26

December 12, 2013

Hexagram 26: Ta Ch’u—The Taming Power of the Great

Large livestock are not
eating on a dry hill in
Germany. Big glow

of big animals,
vigorous glow of German
Lili, a fine horse,

a fine Methodist,
unshakable wheels, mountains
free of the spokes of

disaster, cattle
pens and sheds happy, the road
decorated with

lines and diagrams.
The gentleman celebrates
the chase to its end.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

Hex 26

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #25

November 22, 2013

Hexagram 25: Wu Wang—Innocence (The Unexpected)

Dynamic health! Not!
Instead, the robber’s eye of
a cataract, the

fate of a tycoon.
Not to jump: how? Fate does not
woo the Ephesians.

It’s like saying: the
world is mine, jump a row, jump
first, jump everything.

No blasphemy to
Kyrgyzstan. It’s like saying:
not to have been false

is also not to
be successful—no tilling
the rich, no mouth of

she. Unexpected
calamities pair human
disaster. Cattle

may be blame-free and
natural, but they are poor,
pedestrian and

unfaithful. Mix drugs!
There is no false positive
on steroids. Without

these drugs, do not try
disaster preparedness.
Cow population!

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #24

November 6, 2013

Hexagram 24: Fu—Return (The Turning Point)

Access to disease-
free friends is complex: seven
checkups is a road

repeated; seven
checkups is the complex heart
of heaven, a road

not far, just long, an
anterograde frequency
in the province where

kings retreat and the
benevolence of business
doesn’t work after

multiplexing’s slim
compound. Bank on a Nathan
complex, self-taught, no

mystery, without
regret or the levy of

line divisions and
disaster preparedness.
Bank on a fierce eye

on the cataract,
the King eventually

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #23

October 24, 2013

Hexagram 23: Po—Splitting Apart

Negative mountains
stripped, peeling. Bad people watch
Ataka—a soft

deficiency as
heaven is stripping down, top
to thick bottom. A

message: despise a
population sufficient
to be stripped. Despise

a gentleman on
a hill, stripping to the ground.
Despise peel syndrome.

It is no blame to
be lost in order to fight
fiercely; a hard skin

is also close to
disaster. Cross fresh fish with
fresh fruit adversely.

The gong is contained;
a little peel cottage is
not available.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #22

October 15, 2013

Hexagram 22: Pi—Grace

Toe astronomy!
Decorated fires on a
beautifully small

world, adorned with soft,
flexible humanity.
The rigid you folds

for a gain. Review
civilization: judging
from astronomy,

the world is under
fire, decorated with cars,
houses and prisons.

Time is varying.
The white horse dares to be free
in the hills; in the

gardens it is a
believer. As it is said:
Al Gore is happy.

As it is said: Al
Gore is blame-free; he has a
successful career.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #21

October 1, 2013

Hexagram 21: Shih Ho—Biting Through

Mine fire, crack eater.
Earthquake prison, crack eater.
Hang rigid and hang

flexible, while soft
lightning mings upward, eater
of crack—prison is

In the SLA it is
the royal method

of punishment, though
it’s like saying, crack eater,
shoe fights toe, no blame.

Like saying: toe fights
shoe, no school, nasal skin death
eater, not the blame

of a nose skin death
eater, or just a bacon
eater. In event

of HIV, drugs
are improper; a stingy,
improper, eater

of the unknown. The
golden arrows of Lee are
unshakable, dried

meat eater. Like it
is said: Light ears fight Cong fierce.
Blame properly, what?

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #20

August 20, 2013

Hexagram 20: Kuan—Contemplation (View)

Grand view: a wash is
not recommended. Chiang Kai-
shek view of the world:

a view of Shinto
at four o’clock, making no
mistakes worshiping

saints and world clothing.
It’s like saying: flood the floor
and watch provincial

parties, watch kings, watch
people. The conception of
a child, so little,

blame-free, so stingy.
It’s like saying: erect a
view of children, a

set view of little
humans. It’s like saying: the
concept of privet

can be ugly, see?
The concept of privet is
a view of me, an

advance and retreat,
a view of me, advance and
retreat, it’s not a

lost road. The concept
of light, guests of the King; the
concept of State; the

concept I was born,
the blame-free view of me; nine
people watching his

health, so no blame, no
judging. It’s like saying: the
log is taught open.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #19

August 3, 2013

Hexagram 19: Lin—Approach

In August, heaven’s
way is fierce. The tycoon is
immersed in the thought

of consumers with
no boundaries. Instead, the
good gentleman is

free from worry when
the Council is free from blame.

blame is like salt to
a great king who does not shun
lives. Salty Nathan

will log in and teach
adversely. As it is said:
the great Council knows.

 [Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

Hex 19 - Approach

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #18

July 24, 2013

Hexagram 18: Ku—Work On What Has Been Spoiled [Decay]

Under tricky brains
the author hangs involved, a
flexible mountain.

Anything that is
world governance began in
heaven. The rigid

wind is a moral
vibration, child of princes,
the father’s function.

Tricky brains are the
parents of blame—diagram
of a small story.

Lunar virtue is
the master of erected,
mean nobility.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

Hex 18 - Decay

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #17

July 13, 2013

Hexagram 17: Sui—Following

With Henry, a soft,
moving tycoon, the world is
blame-free at any

time, with banquets of
Tokiyoshi throats. Income
is a lunar month.

Go active like a
gentleman and lose like a
kid; lose like a lost

husband, like Robert
Frost in a humble abode.
Strike the culprit! Strike

the fierce median!
Arrest the poor Western hills
and arrest the poor.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

Hex 17 - Following


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