The house of the wicked is destroyed, but the tent flourishes for those who do right.
There is a path that may seem straight to someone, but in the end it is a path to death.
The heart feels pain even in laughter, and in the end, joy turns to sorrow.
Rebellious hearts receive satisfaction from their ways; the good receive the due reward for their deeds.
The naive believe anything, but the prudent give thought to their steps.
The wise are careful and avoid evil, but fools become excited and overconfident.
Short-tempered people make stupid mistakes, and schemers are hated.
Stupidity is the lot of the naive, but the prudent are crowned with knowledge.
Evil people will bow down before the good; wicked people are at the gates of the righteous.
Even their neighbors hate the poor, but many love the wealthy.
Those who despise their neighbors are sinners, but happy are those who are kind to the needy.