Thunder And Wind: The Image Of Duration. Thus The Superior Man Stands Firm And Does Not Change His Direction.
Thunder and wind: the image of Duration.
Thus the superior man stands firm
And does not change his direction.
Wind comes forth from fire: The image of The Family.
Thus the superior man has substance in his words And duration in his way of life....
At the foot of the mountain, thunder: The image of Providing Nourishment.
Thus the superior man is careful of his words And temperate in eating and drinking....
Thunder repeated: the image of Shock. Thus in fear and trembling The superior man sets his life in order And examines himself.
Wind and thunder: the image of Increase. Thus the superior ma
If he sees good, he imitates it; If he has faults, he rids himself of them....
The wind drives across heaven: The image of The Taming Power of the Small.
Thus the superior man Refines the outward aspect of his nature....
Thunder in heaven above: The image of The Power of the Great.
Thus the superior man does not tread upon paths That do not accord with established order....
Both thunder and lightning come: The image of Abundance.
Thus the superior man decides lawsuits And carries out punishments....
Thunder and rain set in: The image of Deliverance. Thus the superior man pardons mistakes And forgives misdeeds.