Proverbs - 18

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1.gphpe;JNghfpwtd; jd; ,r;irapd;gb nra;ag;ghh;f;fpwhd;> vy;yh Qhdj;jpYk; jiyapl;Lf;nfhs;Sfpwhd;.
 1 A recluse is self-indulgent, snarling at every sound principle of conduct.
2.%ld; Qhdj;jpy; gphpaq;nfhs;shky;> jd; kdjpYs;sitfis ntspg;gLj;jg; gphpag;gLfpwhd;.
 2 Fools have no interest in understanding; they only want to air their own opinions.
3.Jd;khh;f;fd; tu mtkhdk; tUk;@ mtkhdj;NjhNl epe;ijAk; tUk;.
 3 When the wicked arrive, contempt, shame, and disgrace are sure to follow.
4.kD\Dila tha;nkhopfs; Mokhd [yk;NghypUf;Fk;@ Qhdj;jpd; Cw;W gha;fpw Mw;iwg;NghypUf;Fk;.
 4 A person's words can be life-giving water; words of true wisdom are as refreshing as a bubbling brook.
5.tof;fpNy ePjpkhidj; Njhw;fbf;fpwjw;F> Jd;khh;f;fDf;F Kfjhl;rpzpak;gz;ZtJ ey;yjy;y.
 5 It is wrong for a judge to favor the guilty or condemn the innocent.
6.%lDila cjLfs; tpthjj;jpy; EioAk;> mjd; tha; mbfis tutiof;Fk;.
 6 Fools get into constant quarrels; they are asking for a beating.
7.%lDila tha; mtDf;Ff; NfL> mtd; cjLfs; mtd; Mj;JkhTf;Ff; fz;zp.
 7 The mouths of fools are their ruin; their lips get them into trouble.
8.Nfhs;fhuDila thh;j;ijfs; tpisahl;Lg;NghypUf;Fk;> MdhYk; mitfs; cs;sj;jpw;Fs; ijf;Fk;.
 8 What dainty morsels rumors are but they sink deep into one's heart.
9.jd;Ntiyapy; mrjpahapUg;gtd; mopk;gDf;Fr; rNfhjud;.
 9 A lazy person is as bad as someone who destroys things.
10.fh;j;jhpd; ehkk; gyj;j JUfk;@ ePjpkhd; mjw;Fs; Xbr; RfkhapUg;ghd;.
 10 The name of the Lord is a strong fortress; the godly run to him and are safe.
11.IRthpathDila nghUs; mtDf;F muzhd gl;lzk;@ mJ mtd; vz;zj;jpy; cah;e;j kjpy;Nghypf;Fk;.
 11 The rich think of their wealth as an impregnable defense; they imagine it is a high wall of safety.
12.mopT tUKd; kD\Dila ,Ujak; ,Wkhg;ghapUf;Fk;@ Nkd;ikf;F Kd;dhdJ jho;ik.
 12 Haughtiness goes before destruction; humility precedes honor.
13.fhhpaj;ijf; Nfl;FKd; cj;juk; nrhy;YfpwtDf;F> mJ Gj;jpaPdKk; ntl;fKkhapUf;Fk;.
 13 What a shame, what folly, to give advice before listening to the facts!
14.kD\Dila Mtp mtd; gytPdj;ijj; jhq;Fk;@ Kwpe;jMtp ahuhy; jhq;ff;$Lk;?
 14 The human spirit can endure a sick body, but who can bear it if the spirit is crushed?
15.Gj;jpkhDila kdk; mwpitr;rk;ghjpf;Fk;@ Qhdpapd; nrtp mwpit ehLk;.
 15 Intelligent people are always open to new ideas. In fact, they look for them.
16.xUtd; nfhLf;Fk; ntFkjp mtDf;F topAz;lhf;fp> nghpNahh;fSf;F Kd;ghf mtidf; nfhz;LNgha;tpLk;.
 16 Giving a gift works wonders; it may bring you before important people!
17.jd; tof;fpNy Kjy;NgRfpwtd; ePjpkhd;Nghy; fhzg;gLthd;@ mtd; mayhNdh te;J mtidg; ghpNrhjpf;fpwhd;.
 17 Any story sounds true until someone sets the record straight.
18.rPl;Lg;NghLjy; tpNuhjq;fis xopj;J> gythd;fs; eLNt rpf;fWf;Fk;.
 18 Casting lots can end arguments and settle disputes between powerful opponents.
19.muzhd gl;lzj;ij trg;gLj;Jtijg;ghh;f;fpYk; Nfhgq;nfhz;l rNfhjuid trg;gLj;JtJ mhpJ@ mth;fSila tpNuhjq;fs; Nfhl;ilj;jho;g;ghs;fs;NghypUf;Fk;.
 19 It's harder to make amends with an offended friend than to capture a fortified city. Arguments separate friends like a gate locked with iron bars.
20.mtdtd; thapd; gydhy; mtdtd; tapW epuk;Gk;@ mtdtd; cjLfspd; tpistpdhy; mtdtd; jpUg;jpahthd;.
 20 Words satisfy the soul as food satisfies the stomach; the right words on a person's lips bring satisfaction.
21.kuzKk; [PtDk; ehtpd; mjpfhuj;jpypUf;Fk;@ mjpy; gphpag;gLfpwth;fs; mjpd; fdpiag; Grpg;ghh;fs;.
 21 Those who love to talk will experience the consequences, for the tongue can kill or nourish life.
22.kidtpiaf; fz;lilfpwtd; ed;ikahdijf; fz;lilfpwhd;@ fh;j;juhy; jiaAk; ngw;Wf;nfhs;Sfpwhd;.
 22 The man who finds a wife finds a treasure and receives favor from the Lord.
23.jhpj;jpud; nfQ;rpf;Nfl;fpwhd;@ IRthpathd; fbdkha; cj;juT nfhLf;fpwhd;.
 23 The poor plead for mercy; the rich answer with insults.
24.rpNefpjUs;std; rpNefk; ghuhl;lNtz;Lk;@ rNfhjudpYk; mjpf nrhe;jkha;r; rpNefpg;gtDKz;L.
 24 There are "friends" who destroy each other, but a real friend sticks closer than a brother.