There are numerous commentaries of I-Ching by Chinese scholars over thousands years. Regardless how graceful the language they have used, I-Ching is fundamentally a divination book. I try to use as simple as possible English language to help readers to get quick answers of their questions in mind. So other than explanation of the theme of each hexagram, there are 18 brief answers to most popular questions: conflict, deal, family, fortune, job hunting, lost stuff, marriage/relationship, missing person, new career, etc. In this book, it also tells the reader it is time to wait, to retreat or to go ahead. Sometimes we just have to do nothing and patiently wait for the situation to turn around. It is all about the timing, good or bad. If you don't use I-Ching for divination, it is also a good book to see so many scenarios in our daily life. It is amazing to see how the combination of 8 natural elements, Ying, Yang, wind, fire, water, thunder, lake and mountain can interpret the realistic 384 scenarios of humanity life. Relax and enjoy the book.