【英文译文】Do not censure others with their minor faults. Do not reveal the private matters of others. Do not bear in mind the old grievances. Whoever knows how to practice the above three taboos can school himself to moral refinement and stay out of calamities as well.
Do not take others to task for minor transgressions. Do not reveal others’ shameful secrets. Do not nurse old grievances. By sticking to these three precepts one will refine one’s moral character and keep harm at bay.
（Paul White 译）
Do not reproach others for small faults; do not reveal their private matters; do not bear a grudge against them. To refrain from doing the above three things can help cultivate one’s moral character and keep away from disaster.
Don’t blame others for trifling transgressions; don’t disclose the secrets of others; don’t bear in mind the long-past misdeeds of others. Cultivate these three virtues and you will be remote from harm.
（Robert Aitken & Daniel W. Y. Kwok 译）