One does not reproach himself,
For the deeds of the pastimes,
Since he knows that in the future he can rectify his mistakes.
Aware that he is not too far down the muddled path,
He awakens to today’s rights, merits and virtues,
And also to yesterday’s wrongs.
Thusly, the truly diligent use wisdom as their eyes,
Rather than blindly following the crowd,
For, if the blind leads the blind,
None may know the Way.
Those who lack wisdom are usually led about blindly,
While those with the wisdom-eye,
Know how to distinguish right from wrong,
And truth from non-truth.