I Ching 易經 (Book of Changes). Wen Yan / Commentary on the Words of the Text, the Seventh Wing. Hexagram Qian, the Creative

The I Ching or Book of Changes, the Richard Wilhelm Translation rendered into English by Cary F. Baynes, third ed., Bollingen Series XIX, Princeton University Press, 1967
Book III, Part I, 1. Ch’ien / The Creative, “On nine in the second place”, d.8. p. 380

The superior man learns in order to gather material; he questions in order to sift it. Thus he becomes generous in nature and kindly in his actions. In the Book of Changes it is said: “Dragon appearing in the field. It furthers one to see the great man.” For he has the qualities of a ruler.1

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