Line-3Legge: The third line, dynamic, shows its subject advancing, but only to greater difficulties. He remains stationary, and returns to his former associates.
Wilhelm/Baynes: Going leads to obstructions, hence he comes back.
Blofeld: To proceed would lead to trouble; therefore turn back!
Liu: Going leads to obstruction. Therefore he returns. He will be happy. [Caution will prevent loss or injury.]
Ritsema/Karcher: Going Limping, coming reversing.
Shaughnessy: Going afoot, coming in return.
Cleary (1): Going leads to trouble. Come back.
Wu: Going forth is difficult; coming back is the opposite.
A. Avoid adversity by returning to a former alliance, attitude or discipline.