Never die of another’s Ill-luck.

Never die of another’s Ill-luck. Notice those who stick in the mud, and observe how they call others to their aid so as to console themselves with a companion in misfortune. They seek some one to help them to bear misfortune, and often those who turned the cold shoulder on them in prosperity give them now a helping hand. There is greatcaution needed in helping the drowning without danger to oneself.