Monday, May 1, 2017

Yi 1267: Natasha 94

I think it qualifies as a somewhat unwieldy (insane?)(merely retarded?) dynamic. 

Legge: The first line, dynamic, shows its subject treading his accustomed path. If he go forward, there will be no error.
Wilhelm/Baynes: Simple conduct. Progress without blame.
Blofeld: Simple in his conduct, he goes forth -- no error!
Liu: Simplicity of conduct. Continue. No blame.
Ritsema/Karcher: Sheer Treading going. Without fault.
Shaughnessy: Counter treading; in going there is no trouble.
Cleary(1): Treading plainly, going without fault.
Cleary(2): Plain treading; to go is blameless.
Wu: Treading ahead in a blind manner will be blameless.

Legge: The fourth line, dynamic, shows its subject treading on the tail of a tiger. He becomes full of apprehensive caution, and in the end there will be good fortune.
Wilhelm/Baynes: He treads on the tail of the tiger. Caution and circumspection lead ultimately to good fortune.
Blofeld: To tread with impunity upon a tiger's tail, breathless caution is required -- good fortune in the end. [This is an occasion for doing something dangerous, provided we are very cautious.]
Liu: He steps on the tail of the tiger. Caution and fearfulness. Good fortune in the end. [Trouble or disaster threaten and one must be very careful.]
Ritsema/Karcher: Treading at tiger's tail. Pleading, pleading; completing significant.
Shaughnessy: Treading on a tiger's tail so panicky; in the end auspicious.
Cleary(1): Treading on the tail of a tiger, with caution it will turn out well.
Cleary(2): Treading on a tiger’s tail with utmost caution turns out lucky.
Wu: Treading after a tiger is awesome, but it will be auspicious in the end.

Legge: The sixth line, dynamic, tells us to look at the whole course that is trodden, and examine the presage which that gives. If it be complete and without failure, there will be great good fortune.
Wilhelm/Baynes: Look to your conduct and weigh the favorable signs. When everything is fulfilled, supreme good fortune comes.
Blofeld: If they watch their step (or look to their conduct) and heed the omens, sublime good fortune will be theirs.
Liu: Observe your conduct and examine the signs carefully. There will be great good fortune.
Ritsema/Karcher: Observing Treading, predecessor auspicious. One's recurring Spring significant.
Shaughnessy: Looking and treading crafty and soaring its revolving; prime auspiciousness.
Cleary (2): Observing the treading, considering what is felicitous, the return is auspicious.
Wu: Examination of the treading records gives a sense of completion. If errors in treading are avoided, there will be great fortune.


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