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19 So are the ways of every one that is greedy for betza (ill-gotten gain); which taketh away the nefesh of the be’alim (owners) thereof.
19 None that go unto her return again, neither attain they to the orkhot chayyim (paths of life).
19 Hashem by chochmah hath founded Eretz (Earth); by tevunah (understanding) hath He established Shomayim.
19 The derech resha’im is as deep darkness; they know not at what they stumble.
19 Let her be as the loving deer and graceful doe; let her breasts satisfy thee at all times; and be thou enraptured tamid (ever) with ahavat (love of) her.
19 An ed sheker that speaketh lies, and he that soweth midanim (contention, strife, discords) among achim.
19 For the ish (man, i.e., husband) is not b’bais, he is gone a derech merachok (distant journey);
19 My p’ri is better than gold, indeed, than fine gold; and my revenue than choice kesef.
19 In the multitude of devarim there wanteth not sin, but he that restraineth his sfatayim (lips) is maskil (wise).
19 As tzedakah (righteousness) leadeth to Chayyim, so he that pursueth ra’ah pursueth it to his own mot (death).
19 The lip of emes shall be established forever, but a lashon sheker is but for a moment.
19 The ta’avah (desire, longing) fulfilled is sweet to the nefesh, but it is to’evat kesilim (the abomination of fools) to depart from rah.
19 The ra’im will bow before the tov’im, and the resha’im at the she’arim of the tzaddik.
19 The derech (road) of the atzel (sluggard, lazy one) is a thorny hedge, but the orach yesharim (way of the upright) is a highway.
19 Better it is to be of a humble ruach among the anayim, than to divide the plunder with the proud.
19 He loveth peysha (transgression, sin) that loveth strife, and he that maketh his threshold high seeketh shever (fracture).
19 A brother offended is harder to be won than a strong city, and their contentious quarrelings are like the bars of an armon (citadel).
1 9 Better is the poor that walketh in his tohm (integrity, guilelessness), than he that is perverse in his sfatayim (lips), and is a kesil (fool).
2 Also, that the nefesh (desire) be without da’as, it is not tov, and he that hasteth with his raglayim (feet) sinneth.
3 The folly of adam maketh his derech crooked, yet his lev rages against Hashem.
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