28. Great Load, Line 6

“One must go through the water. It goes over one’s head. Misfortune. No blame.”

Taking the right path now is difficult and dangerous. You will have to pay a price, but there is no blame in the actions you must take.

………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

This is the last changing line of Great Load. It means, unfortunately, that all your responsibilities have engulfed you.

You are literally in difficulties “over your head.” You are unable to cope with them all. Bad things may happen. But . . .

The Yi wants you to know: There is no blame in doing what you have to do. You have done the best that could be done, under the circumstances.

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Tomorrow: Future: Youthful Folly/Inexperience

Book of Changes — Like Yoga for Your Mind

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