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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 IV. 19. (85)

A son not ought to go to a distance where he will not be able to pay the due services to his parents.
The Master said, "While his parents are alive, the son may not go abroad to a distance. If he does go abroad, he must have a fixed place to which he goes."

Legge IV.19.

The Master said, 'While your parents are alive, you should not go too far afield in your travels. ~f you do, your whereabouts should always be known.'

Lau [4:19]

Le Maître dit : « Durant la vie de vos parents, n'allez pas voyager au loin. Si vous voyagez, que ce soit dans une direction déterminée1. »

1. Afin qu'ils sachent où vous êtes.

Couvreur IV.19.

19. Nabi bersabda, "Pada saat orangtua masih hidup, janganlah jauh mengembara. Bila terpaksa mengembara, haruslah mempunyai tujuan yang tertentu".
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