A desire fulfilled is pleasant, but fools find deviating from evil disgusting.
Walk with wise people and become wise; befriend fools and get in trouble.
Trouble pursues sinners, but good things reward the righteous.
Good people leave their grandchildren an inheritance, but the wealth of sinners is stored up for the righteous.
A poor person's land might produce much food, but it is unjustly swept away.
Those who withhold the rod hate their children, but the one who loves them applies discipline.
The righteous eat their fill, but the wicked have empty stomachs.