- Mufasa? No, you're dead. Mufasa?
- No. It's me.
- Simba. You're alive? How can that be?
- It doesn't matter. I'm home.
- Simba? Simba.
- Oh, I'm a little surprised to see you... alive.
- Give me one good reason why I shouldn't rip you apart.
- Simba, you must understand. The pressures of ruling a kingdom...
- Are no longer yours. Step down, Scar.
- Oh, well, I would, naturally. However, there is one little problem.
- You see them? They think I'm king.
- Well, we don't. Simba's the rightful king.
- The choice is yours, Scar. Either step down or fight.
- Must this all end in violence? I'd hate to be responsible for the death of a family member. Wouldn't you agree, Simba?
- That's not gonna work, Scar. I've put it behind me.
- But what about your faithful subjects?
- Have they put it behind them?
- Simba, what is he talking about?
1. Step down, Scar.
The governor has rejected all calls to step down.
The manager had to step down on account of poor health.
2. Simba's the rightful king.
Who is the rightful owner of this?
Therefore, you will be able to take your rightful place when the time comes.
3. I've put it behind me.
The Buddha mercy, does not represent may put behind the pain.
What's done is done and can't be undone, so let us move forward and put behind us all those sorrow.
4. But what about your faithful subjects?
例：He is a British subject.
Occasionally, a dissatisfied subject even threatened the life of the king himself!