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17 Surely in vain the reshet (net) is spread in the eyes of kol ba’al kanaf (all the birds, i.e., lit. master of [the] wing);
17 Which forsaketh the alluf (companion, husband) of her youth, and forgetteth the brit (covenant) of her G-d.
17 Her drakhim are drakhim of pleasantness, and all her netivot (trodden paths) are shalom.
17 For they eat the lechem of resha, and drink the yayin of chamasim (violences).
17 Let them be only thine own, and never zarim (strangers) with thee.
17 Haughty eyes, a lashon sheker, and hands guilty of shefach dahm naki,
17 I have perfumed my mishkav (bed) with myrrh, aloes, and cinnamon.
17 I love them that have ahavah for me; and those that seek me shall find me.
17 Stolen waters are sweet, and lechem eaten in secret is pleasant.
17 He is in the orach (path) of Chayyim that is shomer over musar, but he that abandoneth tokhakhat (reproof) goes astray.
17 The ish chesed (merciful man) doeth good to his own nefesh, but he that is cruel harmeth his own self.
17 He that speaketh emunah declareth tzedek, but an ed shekarim, mirmah.
17 A malach rasha falleth into rah (trouble), but a tzir emunim (trustworthy envoy) is marpeh (healing).
17 He that is quicktempered dealeth folly, and an ish mezimot (a man of crafty schemes) is hated.
17 Better is a meal of yarak (vegetables) where love is, than a fatted calf and sinah (hatred) therewith.
17 The mesilat yesharim (highway of the upright) is to depart from rah; he that guards his derech is shomer over his nefesh (soul).
1 7 Better is a dry crust, and quietness therewith, than a bais full of zevakhim (sacrificial religious meals) with strife.
2 An eved maskil (wise servant) shall have rule over a ben that causeth shame, and shall have a share of the nachalah among the achim.
3 The crucible is for kesef, and the furnace for zahav, but Hashem is the testor of hearts.
4 An evildoer giveth heed to false sfatayim (lips), and a sheker (liar) giveth ear to a spiteful lashon.
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