I then look at all the works which had made my hands and the work that take to make them and behold all was vanity and vexation of spirit and without profit below from sunlight thus concludes Solomon this first part of its analysis, although the book is much more comprehensive and extensive, we can not transcribe everything as we wanted to, but also leaves us a reflection and thereon give suggestions, let’s see which are: also aborreci all my work that had been done under the Sun, which I will have to leave to another that will come after my. And who knows if will be wise or foolish which is ensenoreara of all my work that I me afane and that occupy my wisdom under the Sun? This also is vanity. There is nothing better for men but eat and drink, and that his soul be happy in their work. I’ve also seen that this is the hand of God. Because the man who pleases God, God gives wisdom, science and joy, more the sinner gives the work of collecting and stacking, to give it to him that is pleasing to God.

This also is vanity and vexation of spirit. ANDA, and eat thy bread with joy, and drink your wine with a cheerful heart; because your works are already pleasing to God. At all times your dresses and never miss ointment on your head are white. He enjoys life with the woman you love, every day of the life of your vanity that you are given under the Sun, all the days of your vanity; because this is your part in the life and in your work that you afanas under the Sun. Everything that desireth you on hand to do, do it according to your strength; because in Sheol where you go, there is no work or work, or science, or wisdom.

Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before you to come the bad days, and reach the years of which you say: I have no contentment in them. The end of all ear speech is this: fear God and keep his commandments, because this is the whole of man. Because God will bring every work into judgment, together with every hidden thing, good or bad.