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For, when he dieth, he shall take, nothing, his glory shall not descend after him;
From men who are thy hand, O Yahweh, From the men of this age, whose portion, is among the living, and, with thy treasure, thou fillest their bosom, - They must be satisfied with sons, And must leave their abundance to their children: -
Surely as a shadow, doth every man wander, Surely in vain, do they bustle about, he heapeth things up, and knoweth not who shall gather them in.
Wealth, shall not profit, in the day of wrath, but, righteousness, shall deliver from death.
Therefore hated, I, all my toil, wherein I was toiling, under the sun, - in that I should leave it for the man who should come after me;
Here was an incurable evil, I had seen under the sun, riches kept by the owner thereof, to his hurt;
As a partridge gathereth eggs she did not lay, So is he that maketh riches but not with justice, - In the midst of his days, shall he leave them, And in his latter end, prove to have been base.
But God said unto him - Simple one! on this very night, they are asking, thy soul, from thee; The things, then, which thou hast prepared, whose shall they be?
1 Timothy 6:6
Now it is a great means of gain - godliness, with a sufficiency of ones own;
Yahweh, knoweth the plans of men, That, they, are a breath!