Above: The Creative (7)
Below: The Joyous (2)
The theme here is the discrimination upon which self-control and correct social conduct depends. Rank should not be awarded unjustly but correspond to spiritually superior worth; only then can contentment reign in the world.
It is said if a man inadvertently treads on the tail of a tiger and it doesn't attack him; the beast must know no threat was intended.
When a great goal is to be achieved, even menial tasks that contribute to it are cheerfully carried out. Behaving pleasantly advances your purpose and succeeds even when dealing with irritable people. For the weak to take a stand against the strong in these circumstances isn't dangerous because actions are seen in good humour. Where the strong feel no irritation, the weak can have influence on them.