【英文译文】It is inevitable that the man who seeks no fame and wealth should arouse the jealousy of a man who is avid for such things. It is inevitable that he who is circumspect in speech and conduct should provoke the dislike of reckless or audacious persons. In such circumstances, a virtuous man should not compromise his principles or his conduct in the slightest, nor should he adopt a pugnacious attitude toward them.
It always follows that a man despising fame and wealth should arouse the suspicion of those who are keen on seeking the same. It is more than common that a man discreet in word and deed should incur the jealousy of those who are reckless and unbridled. Confronted with such public morals, the worthy man must not change his aspirations, nor must he seek the limelight.
Those who are indifferent to fame or gain will be suspected by those who hanker after them; those who are cautious and prudent will be envied by those who are rampant and wild. That being the case, the junzi gentleman should neither change his moral principles nor show his abilities or talent.
Those who are dazzled by fine things invariably distrust people who are frugal and contented. For the most part, those who are self-indulgent dislike people who display restraint. The noble person does not deviated from a fundamental position of honor and does not show off too much.
（Robert Aitken & Daniel W. Y. Kwok 译）