The Judgement
Contemplation. The ablution has been made, But not yet the offering. Full of trust they look up to him.

The Image
The wind blows over the earth: The image of Contemplation. Thus the kings of old visited the regions of the world, Contemplated the people, And gave them instruction.

The lines:
Six at the bottom means:
Boylike contemplation.
For an inferior man, no blame.
For a superior man, humiliation.

Six in the second place means:
Contemplation through the crack of the door.
Furthering for the perseverance of a woman.

Six in the third place means:
Contemplation of my life
Decides the choice
Between advance and retreat.

Six in the fourth place means:
Contemplation of the light of the kingdom.
It furthers one to exert influence as the guest of a king.

() Nine in the fifth place means:
Contemplation of my life.
The superior man is without blame.

() Nine at the top means:
Contemplation of his life.
The superior man is without blame.

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