HANSEN: Traditional: 有朋自遠方來，不奕悅乎。 Simplified: 有朋自远方来，不奕悦乎。 When a friend visits from afar, it is a very happy time.
ROGER: 孔子说：“三人行，必有我师。” 孔子說：“三人行，必有我師。” Kǒngzǐ shuō: “Sān rén xíng, bì yǒu wǒ shī.” In a group of three people, there will always be one person I can learn from. This describes people who always want to learn and increase their knowledge.
MEANING: When you meet someone better than yourself, turn your thoughts to becoming his equal. When you meet someone not as good as you are, look within and examine your own self. See if you will do the same things as the NOT SO GOOD guy.
Meaning: Hearing about something is better than not hearing about something. Seeing something is better than hearing about something. Knowing something is better than hearing about something. Actually doing something is better than knowing something. In order to totally understand something, you must work hard to attain that knowledge. This means that you can only understand something by trying it yourself.