60) Jie: Discipline
C: There is water over a lake, regulated; superior people determine measures and discuss virtuous actions.
L: Discipline is developmental, but painful discipline is not to be held to.
E: Being able to be joyful even in trouble; practicing obedience in trying circumstances, adaptably keeping to the Tao.
L: Not leaving home, there is no blame.
E: Being careful in the beginning has no fault. This is the discipline of the strong who are correct.
L: Not going outside bodes ill.
E: When firmness is led by weakness, one has discipline inside but not outside, ending up nihilistic and ineffective. This is stagnant firmness.
L: If one is not disciplined, one will lament. It is no fault of others.
E: Being unbalanced and disoriented, striving for the external and losing the internal is being weak and ignorant of discipline.
L: Peaceful discipline is developmental.
E: When receptive flexibility is correctly balanced one can humbly borrow strength to eliminate weakness. This is the spontaneous and effortless discipline of the weak who are assisted by others.
L: Contended discipline is good: If you go on, there will be exaltation.
E: Having inner mastery, one is content amidst suffering, or dangerous situations, and disciplined in ordinary situations. This is the discipline of being strong yet adaptable.
L: Painful discipline bodes ill if persisted in, but regret vanishes.
E: Being weak and infirm, one can restrain oneself from indulging but cannot guide others. This is the discipline of the weak who are not thoroughly effective.