【英文译文】Real flavour does not lie in refined liquors or sumptuous dishes; only plain food gives forth a pure taste. The man who has attained the realm of perfect virtue is not the wonder maker who stands out from all his fellows. He is found among the run-of-the-mill.
Genuine flavor is derived not from good wine and delicious food, but from that which tastes light and mild. The man of perfect morality is not such a one who is peculiar in action, but one who is similar to ordinary people.