You may take great satisfaction in your unwavering pursuit of justice and balance, despite danger and opposition. Awaiting the consequences of your actions, be assured that your intentions will manifest. Proceed with joy in reliving the empowerment you have realized, over and over again. Doing that, your impact will be formidable.
Read the text from Richard Wilhelm's translation of the I Ching
The situation is really difficult. That which is strongest and that which is weakest are close together. The weak follows behind the strong and worries it. The strong, however, acquiesces and does not hurt the weak, because the contact is in good humor and harmless. In terms of a human situation, one is handling wild, intractable people. In such a case one’s purpose will be achieved if one behaves with decorum. Pleasant manners succeed even with irritable people. The work is ended. If we want to know whether good fortune will follow, we must look back on our conduct and its consequences. If the effects are good, then good fortune is certain. No one knows himself. It is only by the consequences of his actions, by the fruit of his labours, that a man can judge what he is to expect. The joyous mood is infectious and therefore brings success. But joy must be based on steadfastness if it is not to degenerate into uncontrolled mirth. Truth and strength must dwell in the heart, while gentleness reveals itself in social intercourse. In this way one assumes the right attitude toward God and man and achieves something. Under certain conditions, intimidation without gentleness may achieve something momentarily, but not for all time. When, on the other hand, the hearts of men are won by friendliness, they are led to take all hardships upon themselves willingly, and if need be will not shun death itself, so great is the power of joy over men.
“A guru is like an ocean where you can totally merge yourself and come out washed and clean. A guru is the secret chamber of your inner self where you can confine your greatest secret and be guided to the secret light of righteousness.” Yogi Bhajan