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Today's I Ching for Andrew Carnegie

Yang (Old)
Yin (Old)
Yin (New)
Yin (Old)
Yang (New)
Yang (Old)
The present is embodied in Hexagram 41 - Sun (Decrease): If there is sincerity in sacrifice, there will be great good fortune, freedom from error, firmness and correctness that can be maintained, and advantage in every movement that shall be made. In what shall this sincerity in the exercise of sacrifice be employed?
The first (bottommost) line, undivided, shows its subject suspending his own affairs, and hurrying away to help the subject of the fourth line. He will commit no error, but let him consider how far he should contribute of what is his for the other.
The third line, divided, shows how of three men walking together, the number is diminished by one, and how one, walking, finds his friend.
The fifth line, divided, shows parties adding to the stores of its subject ten pairs of tortoise shells, and accepting no refusal. There will be great good fortune.
The topmost line, undivided, shows its subject giving increase to others without taking from himself. There will be no error. With firm correctness there will be good fortune. There will be advantage in every movement that shall be made. He will find ministers more than can be counted by their clans.
The situation is changing rapidly, but neither Yin (the passive feminine force) nor Yang (the active masculine force) is gaining ground.
Yin (New)
Yang (New)
Yin (New)
Yang (New)
Yang (New)
Yin (New)
The future is embodied in Hexagram 48 - Ching (The Well): We think of how the site of a town may be changed, while the fashion of its wells undergoes no change. The water of a well never disappears but never receives any great increase, and those who come and those who go can draw and enjoy the benefit. If the drawing has nearly been accomplished, but before the rope has quite reached the water the bucket is broken, this is evil.
The things most apparent, those above and in front, are embodied by the upper trigram Ken (Mountain), which is transforming into K'an (Water). As part of this process, stillness and obstruction are giving way to danger and the unknown.
The things least apparent, those below and behind, are embodied by the lower trigram Tui (Lake), which is transforming into Sun (Wind). As part of this process, joy, pleasure, and attraction are giving way to penetration and following.