Grandfather Kiang fished all day, Though once a minister, he'd put such things away. But when the country needed him again, He ceased his fishing to ease the country's pain.
The time is not ripe for whatever plans you have at present and you should wait a while before puttingthem into effect. It is better at the moment to remain inactive and enjoy your hobbies, but wealth and status are in store in the future. It may take you some time to recover from any current health problems, but legal difficulties should soon clear up. Somebody important to you who is currently absent will return soon.
This poem is about duty. It cites the famous case of a wise official who longed for the peace and quiet of retirement but who, when duty called, took up the burden of high office and responsibility again. There are things you have to do, responsibilities you must fulfill. It is no good trying to leave them to others or pretending that it is not up to you, because it is.