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The Master discusses with his disciples and unveil his preoccupations with society. Tr. Legge (en), Lau (en) and Couvreur (fr).

Lunyu VII. 37. (187)

Contrast in their feelings between the Chün-tsze and the mean man.
The Master said, "The superior man is satisfied and composed; the mean man is always full of distress."

Legge VII.36.

The Master said, 'The gentleman is easy of mind, while the small man is always full of anxiety.'

Lau [7:37]

Le Maître dit : « Le sage est calme et serein. L'homme de peu est toujours accablé de soucis. »

Couvreur VII.36.

37. Nabi bersabda, "Seorang Junzi berhati longgar dan lapang ; seorang rendah budi berhati sempit dan berbelit-belit."
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