“If the woman stops looking to the male for inspiration and stability, then the male has lost everything. It becomes a matter of existence, not a matter of relationship, because the side of the moon which shines looks toward the sun.” Yogi Bhajan
Be modest and conscientious in relating with deficiencies and damages imposed by the times. Understand them and position yourself to address them within your ability to influence. Do not overextend.
Wrongs and other transgressions will be paid for in kind with unrelenting justice.
Do not make yourself a target of that redress.
Read the text from Richard Wilhelm's translation of the I Ching
Exceptional modesty and conscientiousness are sure to be rewarded with success; however, if a man is not to throw himself away, it is important that they should not become empty form and subservience but be combined always with a correct dignity in personal behaviour. We must understand the demands of the time in order to find the necessary offset for its deficiencies and damages. In any event we must not count on great success, since the requisite strength is lacking. In this lies the importance of the message that one should not strive after lofty things but hold to lowly things. A bird should not try to surpass itself and fly into the sun; it should descend to the earth, where its nest is. A bird ought to remain in the nest till it is fledged. If it tries to fly before this, it invites misfortune. Extraordinary measures should be resorted to only when all else fails. At first we ought to put up with traditional ways as long as possible; otherwise we exhaust ourselves and our energy and still achieve nothing. The shock that comes from the manifestation of God within the depths of the earth makes man afraid, but this fear of God is good, for joy and merriment can follow upon it. When a man has learned within his heart what fear and trembling mean, he is safeguarded against any terror produced by outside influences. Let the thunder roll and spread terror a hundred miles around: he remains so composed and reverent in spirit that the sacrificial rite is not interrupted. This is the spirit that must animate leaders and rulers of men – a profound inner seriousness from which all terrors glance off harmlessly.