MSTC(i) 1 Wine is a voluptuous thing, and drunkenness causes sedition; whoso delighteth therein, shall never be wise. 2 The king ought to be feared as the roaring of a lion; whoso provoketh him unto anger, offendeth against his own soul. 3 It is a man's honour to keep himself from strife; but they that have pleasure in brawling, are fools every one. 4 A slothful body will not go to plow, for cold of the winter; therefore shall he go a begging in Summer and have nothing. 5 Wise counsel in the heart of man is like a water in the deep of the earth; but he that hath understanding bringeth it forth. 6 Many there be that would be called good-doers; but where shall one find a true faithful man?