Clarify troubled waters by slowly quieting them.
Be content, be able to mature without desire to be newly fashioned.
Be ready to adapt like ice at the point of melting.
After gaining calmness of mind by concentration, who can gradually pass from its calmness into the activities of life and always retain the same calmness of mind?
Who is able to impart unending life to that which is at rest by setting it in perpetual motion?
Be unpretentious like wood that has not been fashioned into anything…
Since one is not filled, therefore one may grow old,; without renewal he is complete.