and others attained perfection only through performance of duties.
Looking even to the welfare of society, you should work.
Whatever way of life a
high-placed man adopts, other men copy; the standard he sets up is
followed by the people.
The co-operation of all
is needed for the world - of the wise as well as of the ignorant.
The ranks of the wise may and should steadily in- crease. But it
should not be forgotten meanwhile that social life cannot dispense
with the co-operation of the ignorant. Their minds, therefore,
should not be purposely disturbed.