The wise man embraces The All, which is encompassing. He is unaware of himself, and so has brilliance; not defending himself, he gains distinction; not seeking fame, he receives recognition; not making false claims, he does not falter; and not being quarrelsome, is in conflict with no one. This is why it was said by the High Caulbearers of old, “Yield, and maintain integrity; be whole, and all things come to you”. Resist not the force of evil, lest it break you. Better to bend, and render it confused and disarmed.