Mencius. Book VII: Tsin Sin. Part I. Chapter XI.
Legge's summary: Not to be elated by riches is a proof of superiority.
Mencius said, 'Add to a man the families of Han and Wei. If he then look upon himself without being elated, he is far beyond the mass of men.'
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Translated by James Legge
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