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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. 2. (152)

Confucius's humble estimate of himself.
The Master said, "The silent treasuring up of knowledge; learning without satiety; and instructing others without being wearied:– which one of these things belongs to me?"

Legge VII.2.

The Master said, 'Quietly to store up knowledge w my mind, to learn without flagging, to teach without growing weary, these present me with no difficulties.'

Lau [7:2]

Le Maître dit : « Engranger en silence les connaissances, apprendre sans éprouver jamais de satiété, enseigner sans jamais se lasser, quelle est [la difficulté] pour moi ? »

Couvreur VII.2.

2. Nabi bersabda, "Di dalam diam melakukan renungan ; tidak merasa jemu ; dan mengajar orang lain tidak merasa capai ; adakah itu dalam diriKu ?"
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