Proverbs 27:1-9

1 Do not brag about tomorrow, because you do not know what another day may bring.
2 Praise should come from another person and not from your own mouth, from a stranger and not from your own lips.
3 A stone is heavy, and sand weighs a lot, but annoyance caused by a stubborn fool is heavier than both.
4 Anger is cruel, and fury is overwhelming, but who can survive jealousy?
5 Open criticism is better than unexpressed love.
6 Wounds made by a friend are intended to help, but an enemy's kisses are too much to bear.
7 One who is full despises honey, but to one who is hungry, even bitter food tastes sweet.
8 Like a bird wandering from its nest, so is a husband wandering from his home.
9 Perfume and incense make the heart glad, but the sweetness of a friend is a fragrant forest.