Hilary Barrett, I Ching

Spot the hexagram

What comes to mind when you read this story from Erin Pavlina?

To me, it reads like a recipe for creating hexagram 38 – opposition, polarity, alienation.

Start with two mutually incomprehensible ‘cultures’; include different languages, different expectations, different values and desires. Leave each culture to brew for 30 minutes (it only takes 30 minutes??), then mix – and stand well back.

3 Responses to “Spot the hexagram”

  1. China Law Blog Says:

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  2. karmayeshe Says:

    AH SO>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Shooting fish in a barrel againeh Clarity?.Just kidding and goating.Well…….we now know you you have a delightfully wicked sense of humor when called to duty.Even though I am legaly allowed to believe you were pearing in to my dooty/soul I know better.This matter is the crux of many a woman and mansz bizzzness.Chears.. You rock Dude(a non gender specific word according to people who live in old Oxfordshire.)So many mothers thank Oxford for making it possible to be called,’Dude,here in the Snakes.P.S…..I think this gua is all about my life presently in universal utility.

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