Lake above trees: Great Exceeding. Superior people are unconcerned when alone. If they have to renounce the world, they feel no regret.
大過： 棟橈， 利有攸往，亨。
Great Exceeding: The ridgepole sags. Beneficial to have somewhere to go. Success.
Going through the water, one’s head is submerged. Misfortune. No blame.
枯楊生華， 老婦得士夫， 无咎无譽。
A withered poplar sprouts flowers. An older woman marries a husband. No blame. No praise.
The ridgepole is upheld: good fortune. Otherwise, there may be shame.
The ridgepole bends under pressure. Misfortune.
枯楊生稊， 老夫得其女妻， 无不利。
A withered willow tree sprouts new shoots. An old man marries a young girl. Everything is favorable.
Spreading white grass mats. No blame.