Spirit shares His understanding of timeless wisdom
expressed within the I Ching hexagram 21 – Biting Through.
Fire (yin) is over Thunder (yang) Only the top line of Fire
has a complement within Thunder; not a strong union.
Biting Through develops out of Observing (20) and, with
effort, contributes to the situation called Adornment (22).
Not all food, and not all problems, can be easily digested,
or otherwise dealt with. The more fiber food contains, and
the more dense the structure of problems, the more they
require sharp teeth or determination, for biting through and
reducing the food or problem into ever smaller segments.
Divide and conquer may be used as a military or political
strategy, but it is also a natural process.
Is this reading about nutrition or war?
It’s about Life.
Whatever we choose to do with our life, day by day,
we consciously or otherwise, intentionally or …
We’re never without intention.
How is that possible?
How is it not possible?
Comments on: "We’re Never Without Intention" (1)
Reblogged this on jeanw5 and commented:
Whatever we choose to do with our life, day by day, we consciously or otherwise, act with intention. Spirit tells me that it is not possible to act without intention. Something to think about.