孟子曰：「魚，我所欲也，熊掌亦我所欲也；二者不可得兼，捨魚而取熊掌者也。生亦我所欲也，義亦我所欲也；二者不可得兼，捨生而取義者也。生亦我所欲，所欲有甚於生者，故不為苟得也；死亦我所惡，所惡有甚於死者，故患有所不辟也。如使人之所欲莫甚於生，則凡可以得生者，何不用也？使人之所惡莫甚於死者，則凡可以辟患者，何不為也？由是則生而有不用也，由是則可以辟患而有不為也，是故所欲有甚於生者，所惡有甚於死者。非獨賢才有是心也，人皆有之，賢者能勿喪耳。 Mencius said: "Fish, my objectives, bear's also my objectives; the two can not have both, take care of fish and bear's paw were also born also my objectives, righteousness also my objectives; the two. . can not have both, sacrifice and justice were also born also my objectives, desires even in the living, it was also not Gou; I hated to die also, even worse than the evil dead, it suffers from the provision is also not as people of Mozambique is seeking even in life, then who can get the living, why do not they? do people of the evil even in the dead, the provision of patient who can, why is it? from this the students and there are not too, by a provision of risk and there can not do so, the actual occurrence of desires even in the living, even worse than the evil dead. nonexclusive talented people there is heart, everyone, Sage can do funeral ears.