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10 Beni (my son), if chatt’aim (sinners) entice thee, consent thou not.
10 When chochmah entereth into thine lev, and da’as (knowledge) is pleasant unto thy nefesh;
10 So shall thy barns be filled with plenty, and thy vats shall burst out with tirosh.
10 Hear, O beni (my son), and receive my sayings; and thy shnot chayyim shall be many.
10 Lest zarim (strangers) be filled with thy koach; and thy toilings be in the bais nochri;
10 Yet a little sheynot (sleep [pl.]), a little slumber, a little folding of the yadayim to sleep;
10 And, hinei, there met him an isha with the attire of a zonah, and crafty of lev
10 Receive my musar, and not kesef; and da’as (knowledge) rather than choice gold.
10 The Yirat Hashem is the beginning of chochmah, and the da’as Kedoshim (knowledge of the Holy One) is binah (understanding).
1 0 The mishle (proverbs) of Sh’lomo. A ben chacham maketh glad an av, but a ben kesil is the grief of his em.
2 Otzarot resha profit nothing, but tzedakah (righteousness) saveth from mavet.
3 Hashem will not suffer the nefesh of the tzaddik to famish, but He thwarteth the craving of the resha’im.
4 He becometh poor that dealeth with a negligent palm, but the yad of the diligent maketh wealth.
5 He that gathereth in kayitz is a ben maskil (son of wisdom), but he that sleepeth in katzir (harvest) is a ben that causeth shame.
6 Brakhot are upon the head of the tzaddik, but chamas covereth the peh (mouth) of the resha’im.
7 The memory of the tzaddik is as bracha, but the shem resha’im shall rot.
8 The chacham lev will receive mitzvot, but one with foolish sfatayim (lips) shall be thrust down.
9 He that walketh uprightly walketh securely, but he that perverteth his drakhim shall be known.
10 He that winketh with the ayin causeth trouble, but one with foolish sfatayim shall come to ruin.
11 The peh (mouth) of a tzaddik is a Makor Chayyim, but chamas covereth the peh (mouth) of the resha’im.
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