||He who knows other men is discerning; he who knows himself is
intelligent. He who overcomes others is strong; he
himself is mighty. He who is satisfied with his lot
is rich; he who
goes on acting with energy has a (firm) will.
||One who knows others is clever, but one who knows himself is enlightened.
One who conquers
others is powerful, but one who conquers himself
is mighty. One who knows contentment
is rich and one who pushes with vigor has will.
|He who knows others is intelligent; he who understands himself is enlightened;
he who is able to conquer others has force, but he
who is able to control himself is mighty. He who appreciates
contentment is wealthy.
||He who does not fail in the requirements of his position, continues long; he
who dies and yet does not perish, has longevity.
||One who loses not his place endures. One who may die but will not perish, has
||He who dares to act has nerve; if he can maintain his position he will endure,
but he, who dying does not perish, is immortal.