Proverbs - 27

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1.ehisaj;jpdj;ijf;Fwpj;Jg; ngUik ghuhl;lhNj@ xUehs; gpwg;gpg;gij mwpahNa.
 DO NOT boast of [yourself and] tomorrow, for you know not what a day may bring forth.
2.cd; tha; my;y> Gwj;jpahNd cd;idg; Gfol;Lk;@ cd; cjL my;y> me;epaNd cd;idg; Gfol;Lk;.
 Let another man praise you, and not your own mouth; a stranger, and not your own lips.
3.fy; fdKk;> kzy; ghuKkhapUf;Fk;@ %lDila NfhgNkh ,t;tpuz;bYk; ghukhk;.
 Stone is heavy and sand weighty, but a fool's [unreasoning] wrath is heavier and more intolerable than both of them.
4.cf;fpuk; nfhLikAs;sJ> Nfhgk; ep\;^uKs;sJ@ nghwhikNahntd;why;> mjw;F Kd;dpw;fj;jf;ftd; ahh;?
 Wrath is cruel and anger is an overwhelming flood, but who is able to stand before jealousy?
5.kiwthd rpNefj;ijg;ghh;f;fpYk; ntspg;gilahd fbe;Jnfhs;Sjy; ey;yJ.
 Open rebuke is better than love that is hidden.
6.rpNefpjd; mbf;Fk; mbfs; cz;ikahditfs;@ rj;JU ,Lk; Kj;jq;fNsh tQ;ridAs;sitfs;.
 Faithful are the wounds of a friend, but the kisses of an enemy are lavish and deceitful.
7.jpUg;jpaile;jtd; Njd;$l;ilAk; kpjpg;ghd;@ grpAs;stDf;Nfh frg;ghd gjhh;j;jq;fSk; jpj;jpg;ghapUf;Fk;.
 He who is satiated [with sensual pleasures] loathes and treads underfoot a honeycomb, but to the hungry soul every bitter thing is sweet.
8.jd; $l;iltpl;L miyfpw FUtp vg;gbapUf;fpwNjh> mg;gbNa jd; ];jhdj;ijtpl;L miyfpw kD\Dk; ,Uf;fpwhd;.
 Like a bird that wanders from her nest, so is a man who strays from his home.
9.ghpksijyKk; Rfe;jJ}gKk; ,Ujaj;ijf; fspg;ghf;FtJNghy> xUtDila rpNefpjd; cl;fUj;jhd MNyhridapdhy; ghuhl;Lk; ,d;gkhdJ fspg;ghf;Fk;.
 Oil and perfume rejoice the heart; so does the sweetness of a friend's counsel that comes from the heart.
10.cd; rpNefpjidAk;> cd; jfg;gDila rpNefpjidAk; tpl;LtplhNj@ cd; Mgj;Jf;fhyj;jpy; cd; rNfhjuDila tPl;bw;Fg; NghfhNj@ J}uj;jpYs;s rNfhjudpYk; rkPgj;jpYs;s mayhNd thrp.
 Your own friend and your father's friend, forsake them not; neither go to your brother's house in the day of your calamity. Better is a neighbor who is near [in spirit] than a brother who is far off [in heart].
11.vd; kfNd> vd;id epe;jpf;fpwtDf;F ehd; cj;juTnfhLf;fj;jf;fjhf> eP Qhdthdhfp> vd; ,Ujaj;ijr; re;Njh\g;gLj;J.
 My son, be wise, and make my heart glad, that I may answer him who reproaches me [as having failed in my parental duty].
12.tpNtfp Mgj;ijf; fz;L kiwe;J nfhs;Sfpwhd;@ NgijfNsh neLfg;Ngha;j; jz;bf;fg;gLfpwhh;fs;.
 A prudent man sees the evil and hides himself, but the simple pass on and are punished [with suffering].
13.me;epaDf;fhfg; gpizg;gLfpwtDila t];jpuj;ij vLj;Jf;nfhs;> me;epa ];jphPf;fhf <Lthq;fpf;nfhs;.
 [The judge tells the creditor] Take the garment of one who is security for a stranger; and hold him in pledge when he is security for foreigners.
14.xUtd; mjpfhiyapNy vOe;J cuj;j rj;jj;NjhNl jd; rpNefpjDf;Fr; nrhy;Yk; MrPh;thjk; rhgkhf vz;zg;gLk;.
 The flatterer who loudly praises and glorifies his neighbor, rising early in the morning, it shall be counted as cursing him [for he will be suspected of sinister purposes].
15.milkioehspy; Xahj xOf;Fk; rz;ilf;fhhpahd ];jphPAk; rhp.
 A continual dripping on a day of violent showers and a contentious woman are alike;
16.mtis mlf;fg;ghh;f;fpwtd; fhw;iw mlf;fpj; jd; tyJifapdhy; vz;nziag; gpbf;fg;ghh;f;fpwhd;.
 Whoever attempts to restrain [a contentious woman] might as well try to stop the wind--his right hand encounters oil [and she slips through his fingers].
17.,Uk;ig ,Uk;G fUf;fpLk;@ mg;gbNa kD\Dk; jd; rpNefpjDila Kfj;ijf; fUf;fpLfpwhd;.
 Iron sharpens iron; so a man sharpens the countenance of his friend [to show rage or worthy purpose].
18.mj;jpkuj;ijf; fhf;fpwtd; mjpd; fdpiag; Grpg;ghd;@ jd; v[khidf; fhf;fpwtd; fdkilthd;.
 Whoever tends the fig tree shall eat its fruit; so he who patiently and faithfully guards and heeds his master shall be honored.
19.jz;zPhpy; Kfj;Jf;F Kfk; xj;jpUf;Fkhg;Nghy> kD\hpy; ,Ujaj;jpw;F ,Ujak; xj;jpUf;Fk;.
 As in water face answers to and reflects face, so the heart of man to man.
20.ghjhsKk; mopTk; jpUg;jpahfpwjpy;iy@ mJNghy kD\Dila fz;fSk; jpUg;jpahfpwjpy;iy.
 Sheol (the place of the dead) and Abaddon (the place of destruction) are never satisfied; so [the lust of] the eyes of man is never satisfied.
21.nts;spf;Ff; FifAk;> nghd;Df;Fg; GlKk; Nrhjid@ kD\Df;F mtDf;F cz;lhFk; Gfo;r;rpNa Nrhjid.
 As the refining pot for silver and the furnace for gold [bring forth all the impurities of the metal], so let a man be in his trial of praise [ridding himself of all that is base or insincere; for a man is judged by what he praises and of what he boasts].
22.%lid cuypy; Nghl;L cyf;ifapdhy; neha;NahNl neha;ahff; Fj;jpdhYk;> mtDila %lj;jdk; mtidtpl;L ePq;fhJ.
 Even though like grain you should pound a fool in a mortar with a pestle, yet will not his foolishness depart from him.
23.cd; MLfspd; epiyikia ed;wha; mwpe;Jnfhs;@ cd; ke;ijfspd;Nky; ftdkhapU.
 Be diligent to know the state of your flocks, and look well to your herds;
24.nry;tk; vd;iwf;Fk; epiyahJ@ fphPlk; jiyKiw jiyKiwNjhWk; epiyepw;FNkh?
 For riches are not forever; does a crown endure to all generations?
25.Gy;Kisf;Fk;> gr;rpiyfs; Njhd;Wk;> kiyg;G+z;Lfs; Nrh;f;fg;gLk;.
 When the hay is gone, the tender grass shows itself, and herbs of the mountain are gathered in,
26.Ml;Lf;Fl;bfs; cdf;F t];jpuj;ijAk;> flhf;fs; tay; thq;fj;jf;f fpuaj;ijAk; nfhLf;Fk;.
 The lambs will be for your clothing, and the goats [will furnish you] the price of a field.
27.nts;shl;Lg;ghy; cd; Mfhuj;Jf;Fk;> cd; tPl;lhhpd; Mfhuj;Jf;Fk;> cd; Ntiyf;fhhpfspd; gpiog;Gf;Fk; NghJkhdgbapUf;Fk;.
 And there will be goats' milk enough for your food, for the food of your household, and for the maintenance of your maids.

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