From the I Ching
59. Dispersion (Dissolution)
The king approaches
It furthers one
to cross the great water
The wind drives over the water:
The image of dispersion.
Thus the kings of old sacrificed to the Lord
And built temples.
The use of the Lord in this translation piques my curiosity.
Lack of knowledge about the original text or Chinese philosophy leaves me without a better context for understanding.
Dispersion in this case, is clearly a desired thing. There is a dissolution of ego here, and a distribution of effort in a manner pure as the wind. Perhaps we should take from this an ideal for internet communication. Exerpts from the text:
They scooped out tree trunks for boats and they hardened wood in the fire to make oars. The advantage of boats and oars lay in providing means of communication. They probably took this from the hexegram of dispersion
Six in the third place:
He dissolves his self. No remorse.
"He dissolves his self". His will is directed outward.