IV. When You’re Young, it’s Okay to be Stupid (Days of Change)

The I Ching’s fourth hexagram is about young, dumb students and their older, wiser teachers. We are presented with a magnificent image from nature—a wild spring at the foot of a mountain. The mountain, representing the teacher, looms above, seasoned and still, while the spring, the student, pools below before flowing onward as all water … Continue reading IV. When You’re Young, it’s Okay to be Stupid (Days of Change)