Justice may be called good only when it acts impartially Regardless of the class of men. The wealth of a just man, without decline, Passes intact to his posterity. Though profitable, turn away From unjust gains without delay. The just and unjust shall be known By what they leave behind. Adversity and prosperity come and go, But an unbiased heart adorns the noble. If your thoughts show signs of doing injustice, Know that misfortune awaits you. The world will not deem as poverty The low estate of virtuous men who dwell in equity. To be unbiased like an unswerving weighing scale Is an ornament for the great. Equity is words without bias And it comes from a firm, unbiased mind. A merchant's best merchandise Is tending other's goods as his own.