lipu Pona la: kasi nanpa 46 pi lipu Nasin Pona
|When the Way prevails in the land
|Fine horses leisurely graze and fertilize the ground.
|When the Way is lacking in the land
|War horses are bred outside the city.
|There is no greater disaster as bad as not knowing what is enough.
|No greater than not wanting more.
|Therefore the sufficiency that comes from knowing what is enough is an eternal sufficiency.