To his books a teacher must ever adhere.
To forget one's ancestors is to be a brook without a source, a tree without a root.
To get a gift,----make a proper return,----and still feel dissatisfied.
To get on without capital is like picking up a grain and opening a mill.
To get through the hardest journey we need take only one step at a time, but we must keep on stepping.
To go beyond is as bad as to fall short.
To grasp at gain regardless of suffering inflicted on others. Lit.: To gouge out another?s eye fearless of blinding him.
To extract sweetness from what is bitter.
To feed and clothe one?s-self without ever recognizing the trouble our food has cost the ox,----our clothes the weaver.
To fell a tree to catch a blackbird.
To fight the wall after the thieves have gone.
To fill up a well with snow.
To fix up ornamental wild beast?s heads on the roof of a thatched cottage.
To flit and forget to take one?s wife.
To forget one's ancestor's is to be a brook without a source, a tree without root.
To entice a sheep into a drove of tigers.
To excuse a murderer is abhorrent to reason.
To drag for the reflected moon in the water.
To draw the big net out of a water-butt.
To drop into water to grasp the foam.
To drop the bricks one is carrying, on one?s own foot.
To dupe one?s self.
To dwell in peace is happiness.
To conduct a blind man over a bridge.
To confounded distinctions.