(You can find the translation and notes on 16:3-4 here)
He also honored those who were true philosophers. As for the others, he didn’t despise them; but, he certainly didn’t follow them! He was sociable and gracious without being cloying.
He took proper care for his body: not like someone who adored health or beauty; but he didn’t mistreat himself, either. Due to his care, he didn’t need physicians, potions or creams.
He had a ready willingness to defer, without envy, to anyone who possessed a skill in speech, legal history, ethics, or any other particular task. He gave the strong encouragement so that each would receive credit in his area of expertise.
He did all things according to custom, but he never made a show of it.
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