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13 We shall find all precious substance, we shall fill bateinu (our houses) with plunder;
13 Who leaving the orkhot yosher (paths of uprightness), walk in the drakhei choshech (ways of darkness);
13 Ashrei (happy) is the man that findeth chochmah, and the man that getteth tevunah (understanding).
13 Take firm hold of musar; let her not go; guard her; for she is thy chayyim.
27 Turn not to the right hand nor to the left; remove thy regel from rah [T.N. Everyone in life has two paths to choose from just as Moshiach Tzidkeinu spoke of two gates, a wide one crowded with traffic and leading to destruction, and another one found by few but leading to life and redemption?Mt 7:13-14].
13 And have not obeyed the voice of my morim (teachers), nor inclined mine ear to the ones who were my melamed!
13 He winketh with his eyes, he shuffleth with his regel, he pointeth with his fingers;
13 So she caught hold of him, and kissed him, and with a brazen ponem said unto him,
13 The Yirat Hashem is to hate rah; pride, and ga’on (arrogance), and the derech rah, and the perverse peh (mouth), do I hate.
13 Aishes Kesilut (Dame Folly) is clamorous; she is simple, and knoweth nothing.
13 In the sfatayim (lips) of him that hath understanding chochmah is found, but a shevet (rod) is for the back of him that is devoid of lev [understanding].
13 A bringer of rekhil (gossip, rekhilut) revealeth sod (secrets, confidences), but he that is of a ne’eman ruach concealeth the matter.
13 The rah is ensnared by the peysha (transgression) of his sfatayim (lips), but the tzaddik shall escape from tzoros.
1 3 A ben chacham heareth his musar av, but a scoffer heareth not ge’arah (scolding, rebuke).
2 An ish shall eat tov by the fruit of his peh (mouth), but the nefesh of the bogedim (unfaithful ones, traitors) shall eat chamas.
3 He that is shomer over his peh (mouth) guards his nefesh, but he that openeth wide his sfatayim (lips) shall have ruin.
4 The nefesh of the atzel (sluggard, lazy one) desireth, and hath nothing, but the nefesh of the kharutzim (diligent ones) shall have ample provision.
5 A tzaddik hateth sheker, but a wicked man is shamefully loathsome, and bringeth disgrace.
6 Tzedakah is guard over him whose derech is blameless, but wickedness overthroweth the chattat (sinner).
7 There is one who maketh himself out to be rich, yet hath nothing; there is one that maketh himself out to be poor, yet hath hon rav (great wealth).
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