1 For persons who are good, who are single-minded even though they are considered by the two-faced to be sinners are righteous before Elohim.

2 For many in killing the wicked do two works, of good and evil; but the whole is good, because he hath uprooted and destroyed that which is evil.

3 One person hates the man who, though merciful, is also unjust, or who is an adulterer, even though he fasts, and thus is two-faced. But his work is good as a whole, because he imitates 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄, not accepting the seeming good as though it were the truly good.

4 Another person does not want to see any pleasant days among the festive, lest they disgrace the body and pollute the soul. This also has two aspects, but is good on the whole.

5 For such persons are like gazelles and stags: In appearance they seem wild and unclean, but as a whole they are clean. They live by zeal for 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄, abstaining from what Elohim hates and has forbidden through His commandments, staving off evil by the good.