Water flowing continuously: Dangerous Waters. Superior people constantly maintain the virtue of their heart & the sincerity of their conduct. They practice the business of instruction.
坎： 習坎，有孚， 維心亨，行有尚。
Dangerous Waters: If you are sincere, you have success in your heart. There is excellence in practice.
係用徽纆， 寘于叢棘， 三歲不得，凶。
Bound with rope & put in a briar patch, helpless for three years; misfortune.
The waters do not overflow; they’re only filled to the brim. No blame.
A jug of wine & two bowls of food passed through the window. Finally, no blame.
Back & forth, abyss upon abyss. In danger like this, pause & wait, otherwise you will fall into a pit. Do not act in this way.
Danger in a pitfall. One finds a small gain.
Water flows repeatedly. One falls into a pit. Misfortune.