Li The Seesawig, Flame Tui The Joyful, Lake It is about two movements in direct contrast, the flame that goes up and the lake that submerge.Li belongs to the second daughter and Tui to the youngest one, both live in the same house but in relationship with two different men; their desires are not only different but opposite.
It teaches the man that temporary states of antagonism help the joint. The man can achieve unity, if he is able to differenciate and arrange peculiarities.
We are going through an epoch of antagonisms, mainly caused by misunderstandings. In these times, when this sort of problems is the ones to be sorted out, it is not good to plan huge enterprises. In small affairs; however, there will be success.
We are about arriving at a stage in which we should be careful with misunderstandings. These will cause arguments; actually, not very important, but they will bar from achieving important plans. It is not good to face them in this period. However, from a positive point of view, this current antagonism will serve as the root for the future joint. Clarifying the situation, we will make the connection and eventually, everything will end fine.