A. Hexagram 13 is Tong Ren or Concording People. Additional interpretations include Fellowship with Men and Gathering Men. the lower trigram is Li: radiance or fire. The upper trigram is Qian: force or heaven.
B. The Judgment
1. Fellowship with Men in the open.
2. It furthers one to cross the great water.
The perseverance of the superior man furthers.
C. The Image
1. Heaven together with fire:
The image of Fellowship with Men.
2. Thus the superior man organizes the clans
And makes distinctions between things.
II. My interpretation
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