7 The surfeited soul, trampleth upon droppings from the comb, but, to the hungry soul, every bitter thing, is sweet.
10 Thine own friend and thy father's friend, do not thou forsake; but, the house of thy brother, do not enter, in thy day of calamity, Better a neighbour near, than a brother far off.
11 Be wise, my son, and rejoice my heart, that I may answer him that reproacheth me in a matter.
13 Take a man's garment when he hath become pledge for stranger, then, for a female unknown, accept him as surety.
14 He that blesseth his friend, with a loud voice, in the morning early, a reproach, shall it be reckoned to him.
18 He that guardeth the fig-tree, shall eat the fruit thereof, and, he that watcheth over his master, shall he honoured.
21 Fining pot for silver, and crucible for gold, and, a man, is to be tried by what he praiseth.
22 Though thou pound a fool in a mortar, amidst grain, with a pestle, his folly, will not depart from him.
25 The grass, is taken away, and the young shoot, showeth itself, and the herbage of the mountains, is gathered;