Therefore the sage puts his own person last, and yet





Therefore the sage puts his own person last, and yet it is found in
the foremost place; he treats his person as if it were foreign to him,

and yet that person is preserved Is it not because he has no

personal and private ends, that therefore such ends are realised?





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