32. Hêng / Duration
above Chên The Arousing, Thunder
below Sun The Gentle, Wind
Duration. Success. No blame.
It furthers one to have somewhere to go.
Thunder and wind: the image of Duration.
Thus the superior man stands firm
And does not change his direction.
Change at the beginning means:
Seeking duration too hastily brings misfortune persistently.
Nothing that would further.
Change in the second place means:
Change in the third place means:
He who does not give duration to his character
Meets with disgrace.
Change in the fourth place means:
No game in the field.
Change in the fifth place means:
Giving duration to one's character through perseverance.
This is good fortune for a woman, misfortune for a man.
Change at the top means:
Restlessness as an enduring condition brings misfortune.