lipu Nasin la: kasi nanpa 34 pi lipu Nasin Pona
|The great Way flows over, spreading in every direction.
|The myriad things are produced relying on it, but it does not distinguish them.
|It brings them to completion without claiming possession.
|It clothes and feeds all things without lording over them.
|Always desireless, it can be called “the small.”
|The myriad things rely on it and it doesn’t tr[y] to rule them
|Thus it can be called “great.”
|Till the end, it does not regard itself as Great.
|Therefore it able to be great.