Fail Log -- I Ching

Last week, I thought I could translate the I Ching so that it could be more accessible. As it is, it's difficult to differentiate the 64 trigram combinations (one might say they're not mutually exclusive). I liked what I was coming up with first ones (e.g. The Creative, The Receptive, Difficulty, etc.). But I think to do all of them would require more study. Maybe it's not possible, e.g. Gathering. I liked my reading this time because I felt I got a better hold on the individual trigrams, what they mean in isolation.

See: http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/core9/phalsall/texts/iching.txt

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