Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
A foolish man, on the same day, letteth his vexation be known, but, he that concealeth an affront, is prudent.
In the heart of the intelligent, reposeth wisdom, but, in the midst of dullards, it maketh itself known.
so he told her all his heart, and said to her - No, razor, hath come on my head, for, one separate unto God, have I been, from my birth, - if I were shaven, then would depart from me my strength, and I should become weak, and be as any other man.
Therefore, the prudent man, at that time, will be dumb, - Because an evil time, it is!
Do not trust in a friend, do not put confidence in an associate, - from her that lieth in thy bosom, keep thou the doors of thy mouth;