Though, man, to trouble, were born, as, sparks, on high, do soar,
And, to the man, he said, Because thou didst hearken to the voice of thy wife, and so didst eat of the tree as to which I commanded thee, saying, Thou shalt not eat of it, Accursed be the ground for thy sake, In pain, shalt thou eat of it, all the days of thy life;
Thou hast set, Our iniquities before thee, Our secret near the luminary of thy face.
All words, are weak, unable is any man to tell, - not satisfied is the eye by seeing, nor filled is the ear with hearing.
For what hath the man for all his toil, and for the striving of his heart, - wherein, he himself, toiled under the sun?
As he came from his mother's womb, naked, he again departeth, as he came, - and, nothing, can he take of his toil, which he can carry in his hand.
Trial, hath not taken you, save such as man can bear; faithful, moreover is God, who will not suffer you to be tried above what ye are able, but will make, with the trial, also the way of escape, that ye may be able to hold out.