Proverbs 14:10; Proverbs 14:13; Proverbs 15:13; Proverbs 17:22; Proverbs 18:14; Proverbs 25:20; Proverbs 27:11; Proverbs 29:6

10  The heart knows its own rbitterness,

and no stranger shares its joy.


13  Even in laughter the heart may ache,

and vthe end of joy may be wgrief.


13  wA glad heart makes a cheerful face,

but by xsorrow of heart the spirit is ycrushed.


22  oA joyful heart is good medicine,

but a crushed spirit pdries up the bones.


14  A man's spirit will endure sickness,

but pa crushed spirit who can bear?


20  Whoever jsings songs to a heavy heart

is like one who takes off a garment on a cold day,

and like vinegar on soda.


11  jBe wise, kmy son, and lmake my heart glad,

that I may manswer him who reproaches me.


An evil man is kensnared in his transgression,

but a righteous man lsings and rejoices.