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I Ching ... The Arousing

Shock brings success. Shock comes ... oh oh! Laughing words ... ha ha!.  The shock terrifies for a hundred miles. And he does not let fall the sacrificial spoon and chalice. 

When a man has learned within his heart what fear and trembling mean, he is safeguarded against any terror produced by outside influences.  Let the thunder roll and spread terror a hundred miles around; he remains so composed and reverent in spirit that the sacrificial rite is not interrupted.  This is the spirit that must animate leaders and rulers of men ... a profound inner seriousness from which all outer terrors glance off harmlessly. 

Thunder repeated: the image of shock.  Thus in fear and trembling, The Superior man sets his life in order.  And examines himself. 

Lao Tzu ... Simplicity, patience, compassion ...
I Ching ... preponderance of the small