Casting the Future of Docdharma …

… is, evidently, impossible.

So this is either dangling copper fingers in the stream, to catch the drift, or randomly reframing to see what it sparks.

Broken Line

Solid Line, moving

Solid Line

Solid Line, moving

Solid Line, moving

Broken Line

Man, I love symmetric ones … lessee what that adds up to. With this many moving lines, I am just going to put up the before and after hexagrams.

28. Too Much.

Too much.

The roof-beam is sagging.

It is beneficial to have a goal to move to.


Something is too much for this situation. One better make a plan to do something about it, and make it more robust. There is progress.

moving to

15. Humble.



The noble one brings things to a conlusion.

Humbleness helps progress and bringing things to a good end. By not being humble, one might overestimate oneself and be satisfied too soon, not making the effort to actually finish the job.

Honest, I started writing first and threw the coins as I went. Huhn, well, sometimes random reframes just give us the same old frame back again.

A sagging roof beam brings to mind a house roof that has seen winter snows and summer storms, and can no longer carry the strain supported from the ends … the most direct solution is to shore it up in the center of the unsupported span … though whether to do t hat with a load bearing column, braces underneath carrying the load to side walls, or what … that’d take familiarity with the house to tell.

Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez (Allegro con Spirito, Adagio, Allegro gentile)


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    • BruceMcF on July 4, 2008 at 3:22 am

    … Adagio and the coal union and management at loggerheads in their meeting.

    • BruceMcF on July 4, 2008 at 3:34 am

    … but can obviously afford an excellent undertaker.

    • kj on July 4, 2008 at 4:09 pm

    from da Ching. (maybe because i concur)  😉

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