Proverbs - 25

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1.A+jhtpd; uh[hthfpa vNrf;fpahtpd; kD\h; Ngh;j;njOjpd rhnyhNkhDila ePjpnkhopfs;:
 1 These are more proverbs of Solomon, collected by the advisers of King Hezekiah of Judah.
2.fhhpaj;ij kiwg;gJ NjtDf;F Nkd;ik@ fhhpaj;ij Muha;tNjh uh[hf;fSf;F Nkd;ik.
 2 It is God's privilege to conceal things and the king's privilege to discover them.
3.thdj;jpd; cauKk;> G+kpapd; MoKk;> uh[hf;fspd; ,Ujaq;fSk; Muha;e;JKbahJ.
 3 No one can discover the height of heaven, the depth of the earth, or all that goes on in the king's mind!
4.nts;spapdpd;W fspk;ig ePf;fptpL> mg;nghOJ jl;lhdhy; ey;y cilik gpwf;Fk;.
 4 Remove the dross from silver, and the sterling will be ready for the silversmith.
5.uh[htpd; Kd;dpd;W J\;;liu ePf;fptpL> mg;nghOJ mtDila rpq;;fhrdk; ePjpapdhy; epiyepw;Fk;.
 5 Remove the wicked from the king's court, and his reign will be made secure by justice.
6.uh[htpd; rKfj;jpy; Nkd;ik ghuhl;lhNj@ nghpNahh;fSila ];jhdj;jpy; epy;yhNj.
 6 Don't demand an audience with the king or push for a place among the great.
7.cd; fz;fs; fz;l gpuGtpd; rKfj;jpy; eP jho;j;jg;gLtJ ey;yjy;y@ mtd; cd;idg; ghh;j;J: NkNy th vd;W nrhy;tNj cdf;F Nkd;ik.
 7 It is better to wait for an invitation than to be sent to the end of the line, publicly disgraced!Just because you see something,
8.tof;fhlg; gjw;wkha;g; NghfhNj@ KbtpNy cd; mayhd; cd;id ntl;fg;gLj;Jk;NghJ> eP vd;d nra;ayhk; vd;W jpifg;ghNa.
 8 don't be in a hurry to go to court. You might go down before your neighbors in shameful defeat.
9.eP cd; mayhDlNdkhj;jpuk; cd; tpah[;aj;ijf;Fwpj;J tof;fhL> kw;wtdplj;jpy; ,ufrpaj;ij ntspg;gLj;jhNj.
 9 So discuss the matter with them privately. Don't tell anyone else,
10.kw;wg;gb mijf; Nfl;fpwtd; cd;id epe;jpg;ghd;@ cd; mtkhdk; cd;idtpl;L ePq;fhJ.
 10 or others may accuse you of gossip. Then you will never regain your good reputation.
11.Vw;w rkaj;jpy; nrhd;d thh;j;ij nts;spj;jl;by; itf;fg;gl;l nghw;goq;fSf;Fr; rkhdk;.
 11 Timely advice is as lovely as golden apples in a silver basket.
12.Nfl;fpw nrtpf;F> Qhdkha;f; fbe;Jnfhz;L Gj;jpnrhy;Yfpwtd;> nghw;fLf;fDf;Fk; mguQ;rpg; G+\zj;jpw;Fk; rhp.
 12 Valid criticism is as treasured by the one who heeds it as jewelry made from finest gold.
13.Nfhilfhyj;jpy; ciwe;jkioapd; Fsph;r;rp vg;gbapUf;fpwNjh> mg;gbNa cz;ikahd ];jhdhgjpAk; jd;id mDg;gpdtDf;F ,Ug;ghd;@ mtd; jd; v[khd;fSila Mj;Jkhitf; Fspug;gz;Zthd;.
 13 Faithful messengers are as refreshing as snow in the heat of summer. They revive the spirit of their employer.
14.nfhLg;Ngd; vd;W nrhy;ypAk; nfhlhkypUf;fpw tQ;rfd; kioapy;yhj Nkfq;fSf;Fk; fhw;Wf;Fk; rhp.
 14 A person who doesn't give a promised gift is like clouds and wind that don't bring rain.
15.ePz;l nghWikapdhy; gpuGitAk; rk;kjpf;fg;gz;zyhk;@ ,dpa ehT vYk;igAk; nehWf;Fk;.
 15 Patience can persuade a prince, and soft speech can crush strong opposition.
16.Njidf; fz;Lgpbj;jhahdhy; kl;lha; rhg;gpL@ kpjkpQ;rpr; rhg;gpl;lhy; the;jpgz;Ztha;.
 16 Do you like honey? Don't eat too much of it, or it will make you sick!
17.cd; mayhd; rypj;J cd;id ntWf;fhjgbf;F> mbf;fb mtd; tPl;by; fhy;itf;fhNj.
 17 Don't visit your neighbors too often, or you will wear out your welcome.
18.gpwDf;F tpNuhjkha;g; ngha;r;rhl;rp nrhy;Yfpw kD\d; jz;lhAjj;Jf;Fk; fl;fj;Jf;Fk; $h;ikahd mk;Gf;Fk; xg;ghdtd;.
 18 Telling lies about others is as harmful as hitting them with an ax, wounding them with a sword, or shooting them with a sharp arrow.
19.Mgj;Jf;fhyj;jpy; JNuhfpia ek;GtJ cile;j gy;Yf;Fk; nkhop Guz;l fhYf;Fk; rkhdk;.
 19 Putting confidence in an unreliable person is like chewing with a toothache or walking on a broken foot.
20.kdJf;fKs;stDf;Fg; ghl;Lfisg; ghLfpwtd;> Fsph;fhyj;jpy; t];jpuj;ijf; fisfpwtidg;NghyTk;> ntbAg;gpd;Nky; thh;j;j fhbiag;NghyTk; ,Ug;ghd;.
 20 Singing cheerful songs to a person whose heart is heavy is as bad as stealing someone's jacket in cold weather or rubbing salt in a wound.
21.cd; rj;JU grpahapUe;jhy;> mtDf;Fg; Grpf;f Mfhuq;nfhL@ mtd; jhfkhapUe;jhy;> Fbf;fj; jz;zPh;nfhL.
 21 If your enemies are hungry, give them food to eat. If they are thirsty, give them water to drink.
22.mjpdhy; eP mtd; jiyapd;Nky; vhpfpw joy;fisf; Ftpg;gha;@ fh;j;jh; cdf;Fg; gydspg;ghh;.
 22 You will heap burning coals on their heads, and the Lord will reward you.
23.tlfhw;W kioiaAk;> Gwq;$Wfpw ehT NfhgKfj;ijAk; gpwg;gpf;Fk;.
 23 As surely as a wind from the north brings rain, so a gossiping tongue causes anger!
24.rz;ilf;fhhpNahNl xU nghpa tPl;by; FbapUg;gijg;ghh;f;fpYk; tPl;bd;Nky; xU %iyapy; jq;FtNj eyk;.
 24 It is better to live alone in the corner of an attic than with a contentious wife in a lovely home.
25.J}uNjrj;jpypUe;J tUk; ew;nra;jp tplha;j;j Mj;JkhTf;Ff; fpilf;Fk; Fsph;e;j jz;zPUf;Fr; rkhdk;.
 25 Good news from far away is like cold water to the thirsty.
26.Jd;khh;f;fUf;F Kd;ghf ePjpkhd; js;shLtJ fyq;fpd fpzw;Wf;Fk; nfl;Lg;Nghd Ridf;Fk; xg;ghFk;.
 26 If the godly compromise with the wicked, it is like polluting a fountain or muddying a spring.
27.Njid kpFjpaha; cz;gJ ey;yjy;y> jw;Gfio ehLtJk; Gfoy;y.
 27 Just as it is not good to eat too much honey, it is not good for people to think about all the honors they deserve.
28.jd; Mtpia mlf;fhj kD\d; kjpypbe;j ghohd gl;lzk;NghypUf;fpwhd;.
 28 A person without self-control is as defenseless as a city with broken-down walls.