This is what should be done by the man who is wise, who seeks the good and who knows the meaning of the place of peace.
Let him be strenuous, upright, and truly straight, without conceit of self, easily contented and joyous, free of cares; let him not be submerged by the things of the world; let him not take upon himself the burden of worldly goods; let his senses be controlled; let him be wise but not puffed up, and let him not desire great possessions even for his family. Let him do nothing that is mean or that the wise would reprove.
May all beings be happy and at their ease! May they be joyous and live in safety!