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18 And they lie in wait for their own dahm; they lurk secretly for their own nafshot.
18 For her bais inclineth toward mavet, and her ma’agalot (paths) to the refa’im (spirits of the dead).
18 She is an Etz Chayyim (Tree of Life) to them that lay hold upon her; and me’usher (blessed) is every one that holdeth her fast.
18 But the orach tzaddikim (path of the righteous) is as the bright light, that shineth brighter and brighter unto the full day.
18 Let thy makor (fountain) be blessed; and rejoice with the isha of thy youth.
18 A lev that deviseth wicked machshevot (plans), raglayim that are swift in running to ra’ah,
18 Come, let us take our fill of dodim (loves) until boker; let us delight ourselves with ahavim (loves, pl. of intensity).
18 Osher and kavod are with me; indeed, enduring hon (wealth) and tzedakah.
18 But he has no da’as that the dead ones are there; and that her guests are in the depths of Sheol.
18 He that hideth sin’ah with sfatayim sheker, and he that uttereth a slander, is a kesil (fool).
18 The reshah worketh a wage of sheker, but to him that soweth tzedakah (righteousness) shall be a sachar emes (sure reward).
18 There is one who speaketh rash words like the wounding of a cherev, but the lashon of the chachamim promotes marpeh (healing).
18 Poverty and shame shall be to him that disdains musar, but he that is shomer over tokhakhat (reproof) shall be honored.
18 The naive inherit folly, but the prudent are crowned with da’as.
18 An ish chemah (angry man) stirreth up madon (strife), but he that is slow to anger pacifies a quarrel.
18 Ga’on (pride) goeth before shever (destruction), and a ruach of haughtiness before a fall.
18 Adam devoid of lev [of understanding] shaketh hands in pledge, and becometh the security deposit for his neighbor.
1 8 A man who separates himself seeks his own ta’avah (desire); he defies all tushiyyah (wisdom, sound judgment).
2 A kesil (fool) hath no delight in tevunah (understanding), but only in airing out his lev (mind, opinions).
3 When the rashah cometh, then cometh also contempt, and with dishonor, cherpah (reproach, disgrace).
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