Posts Tagged ‘hexagram’

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #41

June 26, 2015

Hexagram 41: Sun—Decrease

The benefits of
loss: Genkichi uplinked to
Jeong with guilt-free

profits. A true GUI
is a flexible

GUI. It’s like
saying: a gentleman’s chéng
fèn zhì yù is a

Corfu of common
discretion. Why levy a
fierce Trent? Florida

is three suspects and
a line of damaged accounts,
but folks will profit.

The loss of disease
will save ten friends and frustrate
contrary people.

is the turtle who points to
no official home.

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

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #40

April 23, 2015

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
Ephesians. In Italy,
the stingy Southwest

minces the storm of
Jie and Zhen Ji. As it is
said: the yellow fox

eases the road to
Jeong. The softness of an
ugly solution

is a self-induced
arrow of negative Jung.
The solution of

the hallux is not
the solution of the thumb.
The public notice

of Hayabusa
is a paradox. As it
is said: bad info

multiplies like bad
people. A gentleman is
a friend to sifu.

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