That he may rejoice over him at the last.
And in the presence of friends exulteth in him.
For he hath left one behind him like himself.
And in death he hath not been grieved.
And to friends one that requiteth favouri.
And smite his loins sore while he is littlez—
(b) 30:14–20. The blessing of good health
Than a rich man who is plagued in his flesh.
Which are unable either to eat or smelly?
(c) 30:21–25. An exhortation to dismiss sorrow and care
(d) 31:(34:)1–4. The anxieties of poverty and riches
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