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Wow lets see... Uhhhh hmmm ok-- Dragon without heat- Also u got cher Pond and lake without heat. Blah blah. Ok, what this means is that the Asians look at us humans and other living things as having heat/hot and cold/water properties. The fire is the Yin the heat the masculine and the cold or water is the Yang-yielding putting up with alot. Guatama is telling u to pop ur DNA....and so he trying to give u the ideal here. Lets say ur a Dragon-- good news is that u r a badass that rules and gets lots of action etc. The bad news is that u are a hothead flame throwin jaggoff that steps on other folks to get his way usually is a his type thing- Anyway The point is that the ideal the balance is that the hot and cold must be weighted properly to create the proper spin but that will take to long o explain here.... The Asians also recognize that the hot and cold stands for more subtle energies that actually govern how the materio/mental world works.