A great person is one who corrects self
and corrects others.
Correcting oneself, there is no ego;
spirit and energy do not dissipate,
and rectitude becomes the self.
Correcting others, there are no personalities;
character and constitution are sublimated,
and rectitude becomes people.
Correcting self and correcting others,
inwardly thoughts do not arise,
and externals do not enter:
Inside and out are one single rectitude
benevolence, justice, courtesy, and knowledge
are all based on truthfulness.
When the primordial is gathered together,
essence is stabilized
and life is solidified.
䷬ ䷖ ䷁ ䷋ ䷇ ䷢ ䷓ ䷏
䷒ ䷎ ䷁ ䷊ ䷆ ䷣ ䷭ ䷗