28. Great Load, Line 4

“The ridge pole is braced . . . If there are ulterior motives . . . humiliation.”

By being strong and correct, you have gained the support you need. If you become self-important, however, the situation will collapse.

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Line 4 describes a further step in carrying a Great Load. You were warned in the main message and Line 3 that your current responsibilities were too much, and you needed to cut back or face total collapse.

By doing the “the right thing,” you will gain some support, which will ease your situation. But as Han Solo said, “Don’t get cocky, kid!”

Just because you have some success doesn’t mean you should start giving orders to others. If you are too controlling, those close to you may just walk away.

The Book of Changes has two more changing lines with important advice.

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Tomorrow: Line 5: “A withered poplar puts forth flowers.”

Book of Changes — Like Yoga for Your Mind

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