6. Conflict
Six lines... with which to ponder...
Stacking one upon the other.
Heaven, The Creative, sits way up Yonder
and Abysmal Water is what lay under.
Of all of God's creative wonder...
The number 6 is the Earthling's number.

...Then on the Sixth Creative Day
( We call this day "Friday")
God went on to say...
"Let's make beast, man, and DNA."
And then He said it was okay.
"Now they need a place to play."

On the Sixth Creative Day God made us,
and Paradise  (A place to keep us),
and He caused the beasts to live among us.
Then arose the Wild Beast within us
so that things could come between us.
That is what started all the fuss!

You are sincere yet there is obstruction.
Here Inner Conflict is cause for reflection.
Consider the beginnings of the situation.
Everything should be given consideration.
See The Great One for a judgment decision.
A spiritual awakening may reduce friction.

The Creative implies strength of character.
The Abysmal represents guile and danger.
If cunning is thwarted it resorts to anger.
When this situation arises do not pander.
In times of strife don't be quick to answer.
Do not allow opponent to get your dander.

6. Conflict: THE LINES

SIX AT THE BOTTOM:
If one doesn't perpetuate affair
there's little cause for gossip or chatter.
When a conflict is in the offer
it is best to let it flounder
(Especially if opponent is stronger).
Good fortune comes to the wiser.

NINE IN THE SECOND PLACE:
If out of false sense of place
one is drawn into unequal race,
one will suffer self disgrace.
Show a wise and conciliatory face.
Timely withdrawal is no disgrace.

SIX IN THIRD PLACE:
With ancient virtue one is in tune.
"Perseverance--Danger--Good fortune".
Seek not praise for work your own
as danger follows an expansive one.
Acquisition, gained by merit alone,
remains one's rightful possession.

NINE IN THE FOURTH PLACE:
One's countenance at first lacks peace.
One is not content with one's place
seeking betterment by Conflict Race.
One should not perpetuate Rat Race
as one is not right in the first place.
Engaging in conflict one must erase.
One must turn back and submit to grace.
With change of attitude one's saves face.
Good luck!  Diligence finds peace.

NINE IN THE FIFTH PLACE:
A dispute can be referred in confidence.
This refers to an arbitrating eminence
capable of right and proper balance.
If one is right one attains providence.

NINE AT THE TOP:
One carries conflict to triumph's end.
One's joy, however, comes to an end
(Attacked again-and-again without end).

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