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Section V: Royalty
Chapter 39: The Merits of the King
He is lion among kings who is well endowed with these six:
army, citizens, wealth, ministers, allies and fortresses.
There are four attributes that cannot be absent in a king:
fearlessness, generosity, wisdom and industriousness.
In those who rule the land, three traits must never lapse:
vigilance, valor and virtuous learning.
The noble king is unswerving in virtue, restrains wrongdoing
and courageously maintains his honor.
He who can produce a treasury of wealth, deposit it,
preserve it and apportion it wisely--now, that is a king!
All peoples praise that nation whose sovereign
is always accessible and never speaks harshly.
Behold the king who speaks graciously, gives generously and
protects powerfully--the world considers his word its command.
Ruling righteously himself and safeguarding his subjects,
a monarch may be deemed divine by his people.
The world lives protected beneath the umbrella
of an ethical leader who can endure words bitter to the ear.
He is a light among rulers who is endowed with the four merits
of generosity, graciousness, justice and care for the people.