Proverbs 27:4-14

4 Cruel [is] wrath and overwhelming [is] anger, but who will stand before jealousy?
5 Better a rebuke that is open than a love that is hidden.
6 The wounds of a friend mean well, but the kisses of an enemy are profane.
7 An {appetite} that is sated spurns honey, but [to] an {appetite} that is ravenous, all bitterness [is] sweet.
8 Like a bird that strays from its nest, so is a man who strays from his place.
9 Perfume and incense will gladden a heart, and the pleasantness of one's friend [is] {personal advice}.
10 As for your friend and a friend of your father, do not forsake [them], and the house of your brother, do not enter on the day of your calamity. Better is a close neighbor than a distant brother.
11 Be wise, my child, and make my heart glad, and I will answer him who reproaches me [with] a word.
12 [When] the clever sees danger, he hides; the simple go on [and] suffer.
13 Take his garment, for he gives surety [to] a stranger, and to {an adulteress}--[so] take his pledge.
14 He who blesses his neighbor with a loud voice early in the morning, a curse will be reckoned to him.