Songdok Bell
Sokkuram Grotto
Ch'omsongdae Observatory
Kyongju City
I Ching
I-Ching question
The Book of Changes

If one knew which actions would bring one good fortune and/or misfortune, which actions would lead to success and/or failure, would that knowledge be worth more than gold or diamonds? It would allow one to achieve any goal. One could transcend the barriers of time to look into the future, the past, and see the roads which led to happiness, and which to despair. One would be fortunate indeed.

When one becomes adept in the use of the I Ching, one is able to do these things and more. One must open one's mind to these words; allow oneself the freedom to believe that all of the above are possible.

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