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Whatever exists now has already been, and whatever will be has already been; for God will seek to do again 1 what has occurred 2 in the past. 3
So I considered 1 those who are dead and gone 2 more fortunate than those who are still alive. 3
Is there anything about which someone can say, “Look at this! It is new!”? 1 It was already 2 done long ago, 3 before our time. 4
Next, I decided to consider 1 wisdom, as well as foolish behavior and ideas. 2 For what more can the king’s successor do than what the king 3 has already done?
For the wise man, like 1 the fool, will not be remembered for very long, 2 because 3 in the days to come, both will already have been forgotten. 4 Alas, 5 the wise man dies – just like 6 the fool!
Whatever has happened was foreordained, 1 and what happens to a person 2 was also foreknown. It is useless for him to argue with God about his fate because God is more powerful than he is. 3
What they loved, 1 as well as what they hated 2 and envied, 3 perished long ago, and they no longer have a part in anything that happens on earth. 4
Go, eat your food 1 with joy, and drink your wine with a happy heart, because God has already approved your works.