- Sage presence, order implement; without sage, order cannot.
- Originally refers to: Good government orders can be implemented with the presence of sages, but cannot without. Now it is mostly used to emphasize the importance of system construction (Baidu Baike). From “Book of Rites · Doctrine of the Mean”. It is standing on the level of the ruling class, speeching.
- People live, government live; people die, government die.
- Demonstration: The tenacious and free life of human beings should not be manipulated and oppressed unscrupulously by anyone or any government order. It is standing on the level of the ruled class, resisting.