Water over wood: The Well. Superior people encourage others at their work. They encourage others to help one another.
井：改邑不改井， 无喪无得，往來井井。 汔至，亦未繘井， 羸其瓶，凶。
The Well: A town may be changed, but not the well. Neither decrease nor increase. They come & go & draw from the well. If one gets down almost to the water & the rope does not go all the way, or the jug breaks, it brings misfortune.
The well is clean, without a cover. There is confidence that water can be drawn. Great good fortune.
In the well there is a clear, cold spring from which one can drink.
The well is being rebuilt. No blame.
井渫不食， 為我心惻，可用汲， 王明，並受其福。
The well is cleaned, but no one drinks. My heart aches, for one might draw from it. If the ruler is clear-minded, good fortune is enjoyed in common.
At the well’s opening, one shoots fish. The jug is old & leaks.
Muddy water at the bottom of the well is undrinkable; an old well attracts no animals.