ß׾  ֟ ׾ֵ֕ ֯ |

       ן ߮ ִ ֮ , ן ߮ ִ ִԬ֮ |

       ӵִ ײ֮ ִע י ׾֯ע ֟ |

       ƴן , ׾ ֟ |

       ֮ ֜ , ָ֮֯ ֜ , ֟ ֤ |

       ֮ , ֮ |

       ֜ ֛ , |

       |

       ֮ ֮, ֟ ֟ ֮ |

       ֮ ֮֯ |

       ߾֮ ָ ֮ Ԯ , ׾֕Ԯ |

       ֮ ֿ, ֮ Ο ָ ֿ ָ |

       ָ ׻ֵ , þֵ ׻֋ ξ֮֓ |

       á ׯ֔ ֻ ޛ, á ו ߔ ׮ |

       ߾֮ ݮ , ָ ֿ |

       ײ֮ ֮֮ ֜, ײ֮ ֵ֓ ֮ ִ֮ |

       ֲ ֮ ָ ֮ ߾֮ ֮־ |

       ֮ ֛ ִ֗, ֛ ֛ |

       Ο ֮ δ ׾ |

       ֯õ ߾֮ ֲ ֛ |

       ߾֮ ִ ֱ , ֣ |

       ׾ֵ׳ֻ ָ ֮ ߜ , ߓ ֮

       ׿ָָ ֜ Ɵ , ߓ ֜ ָӳ |

       ֯ ֟ |

       ׾ָ ָ ™ ׾ָ |

       ,֮ |

       ׾ָ Ӭ ָ ־ š ָ |

       㬤 ׯε ? ֮!ֲ ֮µ ׯε |

       ƙ֮ Ɵ ? ֮֟ ƙֆ|

       ֮ ָ ֮ ƴ ִ |

       þ֮֬߮֯ ֮ ֮, ָ֬߮֟ |

       ֬ ֮֬ , ֮֬ |

       ֮ ֮ ָ ֮µ ׻ ֮֟

       ӓ׮ ֕ ָ ֕ ֮ ֟

       ֮֯ ֙ Ɵ ֙ |

       ֯ ֛ Ƹ ߴ֟ ָ Ӵ֟ Ƌ

       ־ ׻־֙ ִ פ־֙ |

       ֵ ׻֋ ׬ ֮ ֮ ׬ ־ֿ |

       ֤ ־֮ ֤ ֻ|

       ׾ ָ ֮֓ ׾ ߟ |

       ӟ: פ þָ þָ |

       ֟ ӿ ӿ֮ߵ֟ |

       ֟ ֟ ו֤|

       ָָָ Ծ ִ֗,ָ |

       γ γ ֮ δ |

       δָ ָ ָ ꛟ|

       ־ֿ ֵ֟ ֵ֟ 滵 |

       s סֻ׾ֵ֕ sƴ ֟ ׾ֵ֕

       ֛ ֛ ֛ ֮ ֛ ֟ ײ֟ֆ |

       ߾֮ ׻ ֮Ӥ ׻|

       ֵ֟ ֮ ָ ָ , פֳֻ ׮֟|

       ָ ֮ ָ ֿ֟֯,ߓ :֮֟ |

       ֻ ֟ ן , ֟ |

       ו֮֟ ָ , ׬ ָ γ דӟ֮ |

       ָ֓ ,ו Ƹ ֮ ֌ פ֟ |

       ֮֓ , -Ƥ ֙|

       ֮ ֛, ׾־ |

       ֟ ֓ֆ,߮ ָ ֓|

       ƻ ә , ױ ֙ |

       Ƹ |

       ƴ ׮ ׻֋ Ƌ|

       ֤ ֚֮ ֤ Ի 㤟 ָ |

       ׿־ֹ ߾֮ ֹ֟ Ɠ֮  |

       ׮ þ֯ ִ֕ , ꛮ þָ֕ |

       ֻ ߯ Ƹ פ |

       ־֮ ן ִ ,ָ |

       ָ ׿֟ þֵ Ӭ ֮ ָ |

       ״֟ ,״֟ ƕ ߟָ |

       ꛟ , ꛟ |

       ֮ ֮ ֣ ֮ ׮ |

       ָ ֮ ָ֯ ,ӟָ ֟ Ʈ ֮֬ |

       ߾֮ ݮ , ׻֯֙ ֆ ֻ |

       ״ֻ ֬ ߟ .|

       ֮ ֮ |

       ֡ פ ֻ֮ ֮ Ӭ֯ ֤ |

       ֕ Ӥ ֛ ֕ |

       ֮ ֮ ˚ ׸ ִ |

       ֳ ֟ , ָ֤֓ |

       ֯ 韵 Ӭָ ֮ ָ Թ ִ |

       ֤ Ɵ ־ ָ߲ ֟ ,֓ ָ߲ |

       ֮ ן ֮֜ ֵ֟ |

       ֟ Ɵ ִ ׾ֻֿ,֣ 段 |

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

֤ ־֮

 

( ֮־ ֢֟ ׾ߟ ֟֟ ִ ޵ ξ - ֟ ־֮ )

 

                   ׮֮֟

֟: ™: ֮™ ן ֳ Σ:|

ã֟ ן ֟: ã׵֤֮֮֟ ןִ || 1||

ãֵߟ ִ֡ ֵ֟ ׾ִ֟|

긯׬ Ʈ ֮ ִ֮֟ ||2||

ֿ פ ֿ׮ ã֟ׯ ׾ֵ׿ָ|

þֵ ֕ß֣ õ֮׌: ןָ֣ ||3||

ָ־֯ ֟ ֵָ֟:|

ֵõ֮֟ ֱ ֵ ||4||

 

׮֮֟

 

       ֮ ־, ™™ ־ ֿ ־־ ָ֬ ָ ߾ӓ ׸֙ߓ . ãָ ֓ ƻ ߟ,֋ ֮֟ ֵ- ׮֟ ֤֯׾ֵ ׾ָ֓ (֮) .

       ָָ ߾֮ ֳָ י Ӿ ׮׿֟֯ ִ֕֟ ԟ ™ Ի ֓ ߓ ׮ִֵ . ֣ׯ ִ֡ӓ - ֿ ߯ 㬤 ׬ ֟֟ ֓ ™ ?

       צӓ ׾ֳֵ ׬ ֵ֯ԟ ߻ ֙ ֡߮ ™ ֟, ꤸ ֯ ӓ þ֟: ݵ . 껵 ד֟ ԲӬ֮֯ ֻ֯ ׌ ָ Ի,ָӟ 껵 :ָ - ׸δ֓ ־ .

       ֮֟! ֳ ֯ (֓ ֵ֮) ׾ֿ֮ ֓ ԟ ֓ ׯ ֮֟ ֻ֯ ߻ ׾ָ֮ ִ־֟? Ο ֓ ֵ֤ ?

 

                   ָֿ֮

ֵ ™õ ֡֡׸ ߾ |

ֵ֟֯ ָ޵ ֟þã á֬ ||5||

ֵߵןîݬԮ׳ֿ׳Ӿ:|

֮: Ӹִsׯ ִֿ֟ ֿן ||6||

ֿ֤֮֮s֮֟þ֟Ӯ ָ |

ӟ ֟ ޵ ִ : ã֟: ||7||

 

2. ָ֮.

 

       ֮֟! ָ ִִ֬ ֕֓ ֿ ֿ֯־ִֻ ֻ ֓ ָ֬ ָ ֯δ ֓ ֟ ֟ . ֙ ֵ ã֟ߴ֬ ֡ ƕָ ֵ֣ ֟.

       ӟ ֿá Ӭ־֮ ־ ָ ֻ ָ ֻ Ɵ Ɵӓ ׾֟֯ .

       ֮֟! ӡ ӡ- ӡפ þӟ֡֯ ޵ ִ֣ ߟ. ޵ԓ ֮֟֓ ֟. ֓ ־ ӡפӮ ָ ֟ ?

 

3. ָ֮

֮֙ δõ֮֟þԟ:|

ןָ׿ ׮ָ ֯׫׾֯޵֤˫ָ֮||8||

ֿ֮֮ ִ֤֯ӕָ Ɵ:|

sׯ : ƮƮ ; ||9||

֮ß ֮ ㌟ ֻ ßֵ ||

ֻþ֟ 鯟 ײӮ:ߟִ׸ ||10||

㌟וӟ ֤ד™ ꌟֵ||

㌟ ׌ܵ ִ֟㓔 Ʈ ꓔ||

ֿ֬ : ||12||

֤֮֟ β֮ôֵָֹ֮|

:ֵ ׮ִ֟֬ ֟׮ִ㿓 ֟ ||13||

 

3) ָ֮.

 

       ֮֟! þԓ ִ ֙֟߻ ֙֯δ Ӯ ß֟: δ ߟ . ֯ꤵִ ן֣ԓ ָ ִ֬,޵ִ ןִ֬ ֯֯޵ ꓵ ִ ֮µ֟ߴ֬ ױ .

       ֮֟! δ ֤ ֤ ׯӕ-ִ֬ ־ ֯δ ֯ׯ ԯֵԟ Ƶ ƹ ׯӕ-ִ֬ Ԯ ֻ . ָӟ ! ֳָ ߻ : ֻ껵 Ƶ ִ֬ ָ .

       ֮֟! ָ֟߻ ֻ ֤֣Դ֬ ֤֣ ֓ ָӾָ ֵ ֻ . ֟ ֟߻ ӿ ֵ ׯ ?

֯ . ӯ ִ ׯ։ 鯟֓ -ֻ ޵֓ Ӳ ָ 鯟 ߻?

       ֮֟ ! ꛻ִ ד™ ֻ껵 ֤֣ծ֓ : ޵ߟ , ָӟ ׬ ־ֻ껵 ־ԟ™ ֓ ֡ ߟ ֓ ™ !

       ִָ֬ ֫פӮ ԲӬ . Դ ֮ ָ߸֓ ׯ . ָ߸ֲָָ צ ֮ ֟. צӓ ָ : פӓ ׮״ԟ . ֯δ ָ֓ ן .

       ֮֟ ! פֻ֯ ֻ֟ ֻ껵 Ƶ ֵԌ ֵָֹ ָӯָ֬ ִ ֤֤ : ֯ ֫פ ֵӮ ֟ ָ

 

4 ֮

ָֿ֢֟߸פ Ԯ δ֮ |

ִ֮֟ ֮֮ ָ ׯ || 14 ||

֮־ ֿ֮֮ וԟ ִ֮ |

ô֮ ִ֡ ִ 㿓ן || 15 ||

ӟ ֮֟þ֬߮ ׯ ꤵ |

ֵ֤ ֟ :֮֬ || 16 ||

 

4 ֮.

 

14-15) ֮֟ ! ָ߸ ָ ָ ָ ֻ֯ Ԯָ δ ָ ֮ ָ ֓ ֟ ָ-Ӭ״֡פ ôֵֿ֮֯՟֓ ֟ ״׾ֻ ֮ ָ޵ִ֬ Ɵ ָ߸֓ ֟ ָӟ ִ֬ ֡ ֟ . 㗵 ָָ .

16) ֮֟ ! Ԥִ ֮ þ֬߮ ԯ ֮ - ֓ ֓ ֮֬ӓ ߟ . ֙ :꟯֢ߓ ֮֬ӓ ׯ ׸ ֡ Ɵ ε֟ ߟ .

 

5. ֮֮֟

 

֟ ״֟֟֘֟ :

ԟ ǯ֌ ׮֓׮ֳ: || 17 ||

֤֟ꬵ֟פ֢֤֮֓ |

ד֢׮ִ֟֟֬ꟾ֮֮֟ ֵ֟: || 18 ||

þֵ ֟ ׬ԟ֯֟ |

֬ ִ֫ӟִ֮ׯ ֵ֬ || 19 ||

 

5 ֮֟

 

17) ֮֟ ! þֹ ִ֮֬ . Դ ָ߸פ֯ ׳֮ פ֟ , ָӟ ß: ֮ӟ߻ ֻ־ָ߯ þֳ־֮ ָ߸֯ ӟ ׳֮ .

18) ֮֟! ָ߸ ׮֟ ָӟ ׮֟ . ָ߸ ׾֡ ָӟ ׾֡ . ָ߸ ֮ ֮־ӟ . ־Դ ָ߸֯ ӟ ï™ .

19) (֕ ) ß֬ ׬ þ֟: ֯ ξ ֟ ָӟ ֤ ִֵ֬ ׮Կ ε֟ ׬ ξ . ֻ ָ ֻ֯ ԓ . ֻֻ֯ Ӿ ֵԴ֬ ξ ԟ Ԥ ָ ֮:ξע ֵ ꤵִ ֯- .

 

6) ֿד֟֯

ꬵִ֮ׯ ß ֟ӯԤꬵ֟ |

ִֿ֤֡ߟן ִֻֻӳ־ִ || 20 ||

ï™ ™֒ ִ֣ԟ׿׻֮: |

ִ ֮֟õִֻ֮ãִ֕֟: || 21 ||

֤: þֹ 겤Ƥõ ָ : |

ßִ֮־ꓔִ֮֟ ִ ֿן || 22 ||

ׯ׿֟ׯޛõ ׵ ֵֿ : |

֡õֵ֮֟֟ ֟ ֯ ֟֕ || 23 ||

ָ֢ ֯: ß֣֟ßֵ֟ ֳ : |

ָ֢֤ ׯ ׮ ֮־ : || 24 ||

 

6) ד֢֮.

 

20) ֓ ӯԮ 㬤 ׾֡ ß ߻ ׾֡ 㬤 ֟ ׯޛ ֬ ֵ ? ָӟ ֻ֓ 긑ָ .

21) Թ ֟ ָָ֓ ֻ֮ ָ߸֓ ӟ: þֹ֤Ԯ ï™ ֟: ֮Ƹ ֟. ָӟ ׾ָ֓ ֟ ֻ- ֛ ֕ פ׿־ֵ ִ֬ ָ ֵ ?

22) ֮֟ ! ׬ ֵ ־ ? ֵ֮ ָ߸֓ ӟָֹ ָ߸ֲ ֻ ׸֓ ֵ ޵֓ ־֮ ָ 㸓 ָӟ ƾָ 㬤 .

23) ֮֟ ! ֯δ ֻ- ׯޛþֹ ֿ־ӟ ָӟ ׾ֿ֮ ֓ ׯ ޵ִ֬ ֵ ָ߸֓ ֿ ޵֯ԓ ™ ֱ֓ ֮֬ ӟָ ֓ .

24) ֮֟ ! ֯ ֌ ן֟ ׬ ָӯ֤ . ֤ӟָ ֓ ֿ ֻ ָ ׳޵֓ ָ . ֯ ָ ֜ ֻ ֓ ׮ָ ד֛֯ ֻ ָ ֲ֧ ߟ ֟ ߟ.

 

7) ־֮

ִ־֮֮֟ԓ: ԯֻ: |

: ßִ֬֬: õ ֻ֯ ֣ ־: || 25 ||

׮֤֮ ־ֳ֮֟־ ֤֮֟ |

׾׬ ֯׸ï֮ ׸ִ ִֿ || 26 ||

־ ִִµן ָ֮֟֟ |

֢׮״֢־Ԥ־ꬾ ־ || 27 ||

 

7) á־֮

 

25) ֮֟ ! ӟ ™֮ ָ ԯֻӓ ׮ָӟָ á־ . ֻ껵 ԓ ָ֮ ޵֮ ָ Ӿ ֿ ֻ ֻ ֻ ־. ֯δ ֻ֓ ã ԟ ߓ ֟߻ ֯ .

26) ֮֟ ! á־֓ ָ פֻ߮ ֵֹ ־ . ֟֓ Τִ֬߻ ӓֻ֟ ֿ ׸ִӮ ֵ ִ֕.

27) ֮֟ ! Փ á־ ִָ ִ֕ ִ־ӓ ָ ߟ ֓ ָ ӓ ֿ ִ (ִ ) .

 

8) Ӿָ֮

Ӹ ״ן ׯִֵָ֮֯: |

֯:ӵִִ֬ԟ õ וָ֟֯ : || 28 ||

׵ ֮֟֟á־׮ָ֮֟ |

׮ָί־֤ ׮ֵָ ־ִ || 29 ||

׾פ׾ֵ㌣ßֳִ֟־ֵ֮׮֟: |

֌ֲï 㯟֪ß ã֟: || 30 ||

ִ֌ִִ ôֵ֮֟֬߮֟ ֤ |

ן : Ӿ ֯׸ || 31 ||

׮ֲԮ֟ ֟ß־ Ǥ˾֣ |

Ο֟ ֮֮֟Ο׮ָד֟ || 32 ||

 

8) Ӿָ֮.

 

28) ֮֟ ! ״ן ׯ ӓ Ӹ ӓ דӟ־֮ ޵ִ֬ ֤ ־֮֬ ־ֵ ƕ, ֯, ӵִ . ִծ ֟֟ ׸ Ʈ ޵ִ֬ ׾ֵ֕ ־ֵ ƕ.

29) ֮֟ ! ֯δ ָ߻ ™ ־ ֛ ֕ ־߮ ԓ Ӥ ִָ˦֬ הƟ ֿ ִӟ ֮ ׾ָ ֯δ ׮ָá־ ߾֮֮ ־ִӟ ׮׾ԑ֯ ξ ߻.

30) ֮֟ ! ׾פ δ֤ӓ ֳ֟־֮ ㌟ Ƶ ֤֣׾ֵ ׮ָ֟ ֻ ָ ׯ ״ן פ ֯ ß֟ ֬ ߻.

31) ֮֟ ! δ 㯟פӮ ֟ þ֬߮ ִֻ ִ ƕ ֬ ִ֬ ד֢ӓ Ο :֯Τ ָ֤֣׾ֵ ׌ ֵ ֵ?

32) ֮֟ ! ֤֣տ ׮ָ ӲӬ ִֻ ֟֓ ֌ ַ 㗵 ӟ:ֻ ֹ ֣ , Ο ָ֮֟δ ֟ ־ֻߓ .

 

9) ׮֕Ը֮

 

ֵ֡֯ ֵ֬ ן |

֬֟: ִ֯ݮ֤ ־ֵֿ֟ || 33 ||

ֵ֤á־ִ֮֓֟ ֻ |

׮Դ ֯ξ ֲָ֮ ִֻ || 34 ||

ֵ֡õ ןԿ ֳֵ֮֟ |

׾߮õ ׸ִ ׮ִԻ: || 35 ||

׸ִ׾ֿ㬤֣ ֯ ׾֬ߵ֟ |

ޛ֯: õ֟־פ׸ֵ || 36 ||

׸ִ׾ֿ׬ õ׮: ïõ |

׮:ïƟ ܵ ֲ ן || 37 ||

㯟׮: ִ֮֮֮֮֟֟֟֟ |

־ִֵֿ֮֯֟֟ܵß׮: פ || 38 ||

֮ ִܵ֟꟣ִßߟ֡ δ |

֮þ֮õ ן: þֵӾ꤮ָ || 39 ||

 

 

33) ִݤԮ--֮---׸ ֵ֡֓ Դ ד֟ Փ ֵ . ֻ ָ ֛ ݮ ޵ֵݵ ֟ ֤֣Ի ӟ: ָ ׿ֻ ߻ ֵ? ԟ . ֫ ִֵ֡ Τ߯ ֻ껵 ֮ݮ߮ Բ֬ ִՓ ԯ ֿ .

34) ֮֟ ! Բ֬ ԓ ֵ ־߮ Փ ξ (Ӿָ ) ִ ӯ ןֵ ߿ . ִ֬ ־߮ ޵֓ ־ ד֟ ָ ֟ ִ֬ ָ ߻?

35) ֮֟ ! ֮ӟָ ֵ֡֓ ԟ ƕ֬ . ֓ ־֮ Ɵ ַ ߾֓ ׸ִ ӟ ׮ִԻ֓ ֟֟. ־ , ™ ߾֓ ׸ִ ӟ ׾ֿ㬤 ִֻ ֳ֟ ־ӟ ־֤־ ãִ֮֬ ֟ ߟ߮ ֵ֡֓ ן ƕ֓ .

36) ֮֟ ! ׸ִӓ ׾ֿ㬤֚ ֿ֮פ ָֿ֯ ֿ ƕ. ݮ, פ ִ֮֬ߓ ־ Ӥפӓ ׸ ֌ .

37) ֮֟ ! ֤֣׾ֵ ׮ï ƻ֮ 㗵 ׸ִӓ ׮ִԻ֟ Ի ׮:ïƟ ָ ܵ . ׸ִӓ ׮ִԻ֟ Ի ׮:ïƟ ָ ܵ . ֮-פ ָ֤֣Դ֬ ׌ ֣ ?

38) ֮֟ ! (׮ïƟԟ ָָ ֓ ָ ֮֓ ־ֵ֓ ָ ) ӟ ׌֓ ־ 渓 ! ׮֤֮ ֻ֯ צӮ ֲ֟ ֟߾֮Ӯ ֟֬ ֟֓ פ þֹ֓ ֳָ ָ ־ ֟ !

39) ӟ߻ ӟ -ָ ܵ ֟֯֓ ׮ִ ָ ӟ ןִ֡ , ָ ӟ ׮ִԻ Ǥ ֓ Ο ־ ָ ֮֟ߟ ֮Ӥ ֓ ֲ δ .

 

10 )

 

׸֒ב : י׮֮֯֯ |

㻵: ꬾԴ֬֬׾ֳáִֹˬ: || 40 ||

ִ֮韵 : ֤ ֮֟ܵ֟֯Τ |

ֵ Τ ß ôֳ֮渮ֿ֮: ||41||

֖֮֟ ֿ֮֟֯Ծ֟׸µ |

ָ 鴳ִ ׯ ֵԯ׸ֵ : || 42 ||

֟þ ֢֯õ֮֟㌟ ݬד֟ ִ |

דָãֵָ֮ ׯ ֿ ׾ֿ֮ן || 42 ||

 

10) ֮

 

40) ֵ ָ껵 (׾ֻ껵) ָָ ֟ ֻ껵 ֮µ֯δ ׋ֿ֓ ָ . Ի, ֻ֬ ֓ ߮ ׾ֳ δ ֮׬-֟, ֮־֟ ֮֟ ߮ ֟־ֵֻӮ ™ .

41) ֮֟ ! ֮-ָ֓ ã֮ ֻ껵 Ƶ ܵ֟ Τ ִֿ֬ Τ ׿ֻ ך ӟָ ֮ ָ ־ֻ .!

42) ֮֟ ! ֟ ֯ ָ ֓ ֮ ׾־ ƻ ָ ֿ ִָ֬ ׸δ Ծ֡ ֻ ƻ ָӓ ֜ ß֟ ֟Ӯ ֮֕ ֵ Ӥ ׯ ֌ . Ӥ ־ֵ֓ ֻ ֓ ָӓ ֿ ƕ.

43) ֮֟ ! ׾־ Ӯ ד֟ ֻ ׵ ֳ ֟ ӟָ-׾ֿ㬤ߓ ֮ ִ֯֬ εֿ֟߻ - פ֓ ִֿ דָֻ߮ Ӭ:ָ ߻ , ֫ ֮֯ þ ִֻ ֮-Ӭ:ָ ֯֯֓ š Ի.

 

11) ׬֤Գ֮

 

־֟ Գִ֮ ֮µ þ֛Ҿӿ֟ |

Գ δִ֤֮֟־ֵß : || 44 ||

֣: ִֵ֯ ׯ ־ִ֮֟Ԭ߮ |

ִֿ־ ָפ֮ || 45 ||

֤֮֟Գ ֡ ִԣ ִ֟ |

ô֮ ֟ : : õָ֟ ֮: || 46 ||

֟ ׾֟ ׯ : ִԯ֯֟: |

ִ Գ ִ ׾ ִ: || 47 ||

־õֲד֢õ ־֮֟״֮: |

ֵֿ֡㬤õ ־֮֟׬ִָ֟ || 48 ||

 

11 ׬֤Գ֮

 

44) ֮֟ ! ־ , Գߴ֬ ֮ , ֮µֵ֯Ե ֯ , 㤸 ָ߸ ߮ ָ ״ ֯ Ο ™ δ֮ ֯ ӟ Գ , ־Փ ִֵ ֓ ֯ ֓ ֮֓ ָ !

45) ֤֓ߟ ޵ꤵ֮ ֵԌ ™ ״߻ ָӟ ָ ֬׾µ ֲ㬤 ָ ־ ™ ״ ֣ԓ . ָ ֻ ֓ ֢ߓ ָ ֟ ָ ִ߮, ָ ִ ִ ֵ ֵ ?

46) ֋ ׾־ ֮֟ ( ֟ ָ ׾־ ) ֻ֯ Գ ָ߸ ִߟ ֵӟ ? ( ׾ֳֵӟ֓ ֓ ־ֵ , ֣ 㗵 ָ ӓ ߻ ) - ָ ô ( ) ״׾޵֚ 滵־֮ ַ ֮µ֯ ָ ָ ׬ ?

47) ֮֟ ! ִԴ ߻ ִ֯ 㬤 . ֋ Գ ִԓߓ ָ . ָ ӟ ִ ֓ ָ .

48) ֮֟ ! ־֟, ӟָ ™, ־ ߾ֿ ߳־, : -׾־ע ߮ ָӮ ׸ִӓ ׮ִԻ֟ פ ־ ™ ֯ ִݤԮ ֮-׸ֹ ׬־ ׬֟ .

 

 

12) ִԮ:

 

ִִֿ֮֟Դ֟ ִ ן :

׾׾õ֟ ד֡ || 49 ||

־֮֮֟֟߮ ôִ֮֘֬ ן׮ִԻ |

ã־ߵ ד: ãִ֤㌟׌֤׵֮ || 50 ||

 

12) ִԮ.

 

49) ֮֟ ! ִԓ ֟ ֟ ! ֬ ַ ֮µֻ Ӿ ޵֓ , ־ ֮֟ꓵ ׾ ֡ ֮֟, ֜ӓ ־ ָ ƻ ִָ֬ ߻ .

50) ֋ ֮֟ ! ֯ׯ ԯֵ՟ ֟ꮮ֟ ӟ Ɵ ־ ™Ӯ ӟ ׮ִ-׮֤ ֻ껵 ִ֬Դ֬ ֬ ( ׾ ) . ֬֓ ׌֯Τ . ߟ .

 

µ ӿ֟ ־ ֤õ֟|

֤õִֻ֟㌟ ׾֮֫ ־ԡ 敵֟ ||

 

׾֫ ߮֯ ֵ ֮֮֮ ֳ֟ ӓ ֯ .

׬ ֵ ־ ! ׾֮֫ ֮µ ־ԡ וֻ ֟.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Hosuse are built to live in and not to look on.

       He, who has many friends, has no friends.

       Not that which producers happines is good, but that only which is good produses happiness

       The ripest fruit falls first.

       People threw stones only at trees which have fruits on them.

       Difficulties are meant to rouse and not to discourage.

       There is a remedy for every thing but death.

       Live not to eat, but eat to live.

       Study the past if you would diving the future.

       Evil often triumphs but never conquers.

       Neither fear nor wish for your last day.

       Many talk like philosophers and live like fools.

       To read without reflecting is like eating without digesting.

       Great works are performed not by strength but by perseverence.

       Work is not mans punishment, it is his reward and his strength, his glory and pleasure.

       Heaven sends us misfortunes as a moral tonic

       Give due honour and glory to age.

       If you smile you will be welcomed every where, if you cannot, you will be left alone.

       Another rule to be successful in our life is never to think of your mistakes, what is the use of crying over spilt milk?

       Enjoy your pleasure, ignore your pains.

       A true friend is one of the greatest blessings.

       Expect no reward for doing your duty.

       Character is the crown and glory of life.

       Learn to obey and you will know how to command.

       One good mother is worth a hundered school masters.

       Believe not all you hear and report not all you believe.

       Every man of true genius has his peculiarity.

       The hills has not yet lifted ists face to heaven that perseverance will not gain the summit of at last.

       A man is valued as he makes himself valuable.

       A good cause makes a shout heart and a strong arm.

       A man without modestry is lost to all sense of honour and virtue.

       Have a place for everything and put every thing in its place.

       Serve yourself, would you be well served, is an excellent odage.

       Flattery is a sort of bad money to which our vanity gives currency.

       Those who bring sunshine to the hearts of others cannot keep it from themselves.

       Forgive theyself nothing; but others much.

       We can onlygrow as we put into practice what we know.

       Deliberate slowly byut execute promptly.

       Resist evil a the beginning, lest it overcome you in the end.

       Never canvert what is not your own.

       Trust as little as possible to others for what you want.

       Nothing is so easy as to be wish after the event.

       Wings come not to those who refuse to walk.

       He serves all who dares to be true.

       From a good home, it is not far to heaven.

       Take care of the thoughts and the language will take care of itself.

       Be virtuous while you are young age shall be honoured.

       Let every dawn of morning, be to your as the beginning of life.

       Be he sunshine of the hour.

       Habits if not resisted soon, become necessity.

       A face that cannot smile, is never good.

       Learn to live as you would wish to die.

       They are slaves who fear to speak.

       We live in deeds, not in years.

       Dare to do right, fear to be wrong.

       Blessed are the humble souls that wait.

       Happiness only begins when wishes end.

       Life is opp ortunity for service, not as little as we dare, but as much as we can.

       No quality will get a man more friends than a sincere admiration of the qualities of others.

       Hurt not others with that which pains yourself.

       Use not perfumes but sweetness of thoughts.

       There is no sweet companion like pure charity.

       The greatest prayer is patience.

       The greatest of all adventures has been the search for truth.

       In walking along the road always step aside for people older than yourself.

       If we are not responsible for the thouthts that pass our doors, we are at least responsible for those we admit and entertain.

       Speak the truth; but without offense. Should this be too agreeable, be silent; but tell no pleasant lies.

       Do not measure everyone by your own foot.

       The deepest and obscurest mystery is not far away among the stars but in ourselves.

       Every moment a child is born with the message that goddess not despair of man.

       Have a place for everything and put everything in its place.

       There is difference between happiness and wisdom; he that thinks himself the happiest man really is so; but he that thinks himself the wisest is generally the greatest fool.

       Service is the rent we pay our room here on earth.

       When life is at tis lowest ebb, there comes the time for its spontaneous flow.

       All human good comes through the Almighty God, the giver of all goods and gifts.

       In all great mans works, it is the silent power and unseen hand of God that works.

       Relief comes when we least expect it.

       To be trusted is greater thing that to be loved.

       Screw your courage to the sticking point and you will succeed.

       Discard everything that weakens you, have nothing to do with it.

       It is a decided folly to lose a friend for a gest.

       Experience informs us that the first defence of weak minds is to recriminate.

       We were created for borther-hood, not for inter national strife.

       Those who rejoice and go their way happily are public benefactors.

       A courageous foe is better that a cowardly friend.

       Neither covetous persons nor the grave can inherit anythig.

       He will never be a happy man whom it torments to see a happier.

       Difficulties are sent to be overcome.

       Do not speak of the benefits you have conferred.

       Gratitude is an indication of a nobal nature.

       The easiest thing of all is to deceive ones self=

       Be not the slave of show or circumstances.

       Dont worry about the faults of your neibour, rather to look your own.

       Be proud of your work, but do not be vain.

       They serve best who do not flatter.

       A good conscience makes for great happiness.

       Face your fears and they will tend to vanish.

       The noblest charity is to prevent a person from accepting charity.

       A simple conversation across the table with a wise man is better than ten yearss study of books.

       Tolerence is good, but to tolerate injustice, to tolerate dishonesty, to tolerate untruth is ertainly not right.

 

 

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