Ch. 12, Path of the Warrior

다나고 거 도 더나다나고 거 도 더나
가바
끼후 다 히가부
다이 냐 므야 인디부 그 아노 냐 어먀딤
머 어먀디북
임보 다 므야허

tanako ke to tena
kapa
nkihua ta hikapua
ta’i nya muya intipua ku ano nya emyatim
me emyatipuak
impo ta muyahe

/tanaːko kɛ to teːna
kaːpa
ᵑkiːɦʷa ta ɦikaːpʷa
taːʔi ɲa muːja ɪⁿtiːpʷa ku aːno ɲa emʲaːtim
mɛ emʲatɪːpʷak
iːᵐpo ta mujaːɦɛ/

fight-AG O way obstruct
enough
long.time 2s wait-PFV
2s.REFL for do restrain-PFV CONJ again for occurrence-normal-PL
but occurrence-normal-PFV-NEG
therefore 2s do-NEC

The Warrior Obstructs the Way
It is enough.
You have waited for a long time.
You have restrained yourself from acting, waiting for things to take up their natural course once more.
But they have not done it.
So you must act.

From Path of the Warrior, by Lucas E. Schultz