Carol leaned over the rail of the bridge to look down at this Yang-tse village; in delicious imaginary fear she shrieked that she was dizzy with the height; and it was an extremely human satisfaction to have a strong male snatch her back to safety, instead of having a logical woman teacher or librarian sniff, "Well, if you’re scared, why don’t you get away from the rail, then?"
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In Taoist philosophy, yin and yang are always opposite, and interrelated in equal qualities.
In Chinese philosophy, everything has both yin and yang aspects.