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  • hahmesht yegheer vor sohrvees, huhnazahnt yegheer vor hedehvees, sahd luhsseh yehv keetch khosseh, hahrtz uhreh yehv badashkhan luhsseh, muhdahdzeh ou yertoum ehrreh, misht sheedak jahmpah hedeveh (eemashtoutioun yehv ahrakeenoutioun)

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  • Jahnahchelh eemastoutioun yehv khuhrahd, eemahnahl ayn pahrehr vor gouhdahn hahsgatzoghoutioun

    The first sentence translated into Armenian from the Bible (Prov 1:1) soon after the invention of the Armenian alphabet in AD 405.

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  • Virtue - ahrahkeenoutioun

    What value is knowledge of things that be
    If we ignore our brothers’ misery
    Seeing the hungry, we should share our food
    Dedicate our life to virtue and good

    Eat not creatures with eyes and family
    Refrain from flesh and treat all lovingly
    Practice always minimal violence
    Be ever a beacon of tolerance

    Empathy guides us to the golden rule
    Live by compassion and love, be not cruel
    Do unto others as you want them to you
    Throughout your life all goodness will accrue

    You know well how much trouble mean men make
    Cause no pain to others for your own sake
    Plant many seeds of compassion with love
    Live always in peace like a gentle dove

    With honesty learn that life comes from life
    All misery is born from bitter strife
    Celebrate blessings of gentle living
    Walk the path of affectionate giving

    Virtuous behavior reveals the just
    To whom the good give their unflinching trust
    Behave impartially with friend and foe
    Later you might need them, you never know

    We are linked all in one big family
    God the pure father is our ancestry
    Brothers and sisters inhabit the same tree
    May we now live forever peacefully

    Men of Virtue hear the words of the wise
    Cherishing goodness and seeing through lies
    They live honestly with no ruse or guise
    The path of virtue is their greatest prize

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