【英文译文】You can only think of the danger of ascending to a high place after you have stood in a low place. It is only when you have experienced darkness that you realize how brightness can dazzle the eyes. After cultivating tranquility, you then know how those who are fond of movement toil. Only a person who has fostered the art of taciturnity knows how annoying a babbler can be.
Only when a person comes to a low place can he realize the danger of ascending a height. Only when a person is placed in obscurity can he realize that the brightness ought not to be too dazzling. Only when a person knows how to keep tranquility can he realize the hardship to toil and moil. Only when a person knows how to dwell in silence can he realize that talking too much or out of place is the root of vexation.