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1 “Surely there is a 1mine for silver
And a place 2where they refine gold.
And copper is smelted from rock.
And ato the farthest limit he searches out
The rock in gloom and deep shadow.
Forgotten by the foot;
They hang and swing to and fro far from men.
And underneath it is turned up as fire.
6 “Its rocks are the 1source of sapphires,
And its dust contains gold.
Nor has the falcon’s eye caught sight of it.
8 “The 1proud beasts have not trodden it,
Nor has the fierce lion passed over it.
He overturns the mountains at the 1base.
And his eye sees anything precious.
11 “He dams up the streams from 1flowing,
And what is hidden he brings out to the light.
12 “But awhere can wisdom be found?
And where is the place of understanding?
13 “aMan does not know its value,
Nor is it found in the land of the living.
And the sea says, ‘It is not with me.’
15 “aPure gold cannot be given in exchange for it,
Nor can silver be weighed as its price.
In precious onyx, or sapphire.
17 “aGold or glass cannot equal it,
Nor can it be exchanged for articles of fine gold.
And the acquisition of awisdom is above that of pearls.
Nor can it be valued in apure gold.
20 “aWhere then does wisdom come from?
And where is the place of understanding?
And concealed from the birds of the sky.
‘With our ears we have heard a report of it.’
23 “aGod understands its way,
And He knows its place.
24 “For He alooks to the ends of the earth
And sees everything under the heavens.
25 “When He imparted aweight to the wind
And bmeted out the waters by measure,
26 When He set a alimit for the rain
And a course for the bthunderbolt,
He established it and also searched it out.
28 “And to man He said, ‘Behold, the afear of the Lord, that is wisdom;
And to depart from evil is understanding.’ ”
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