(5-9) A covetous man shall not be satisfied with money: and he that loveth riches shall reap no fruit from them: so this also is vanity.
(5-10) Where there are great riches, there are also many to eat them. And what doth it profit the owner, but that he seeth the riches with his eyes?
(5-11) Sleep is sweet to a labouring man, whether he eat little or much: but the fulness of the rich will not suffer him to sleep.
(5-12) There is also another grievous evil, which I have seen under the sun: riches kept to the hurt of the owner.
(5-13) For they are lost with very great affliction: he hath begotten a son, who shall be in extremity of want.
(5-14) As he came forth naked from his mother’s womb, so shall he return, and shall take nothing away with him of his labour.
(5-15) A most deplorable evil: as he came, so shall he return. What then doth it profit him that he hath laboured for the wind?
(5-16) All the days of his life he eateth in darkness, and in many cares, and in misery, and sorrow.