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(src)="1"> Аҵакы
(trg)="1"> Table of Contents

(src)="2"> © 2016 Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania
(trg)="2"> © 2016 Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania

(src)="3"> Еиӷьхозма адунеи , ауаа зегь ари абиблиатә принцип иқәныҟәозҭгьы ?
(trg)="3"> Would the world be a better place if everyone lived by this Bible principle ?

(src)="4"> « Ҳарҭ . . . иҟаҳҵо зегьы гәык - ԥсык ала , иаша - ҵабыргла иҟаҳҵоит » ( Ауриацәа рахь 13 : 18 ) .
(trg)="4"> “ We wish to conduct ourselves honestly in all things . ” ​ — Hebrews 13 : 18 .

(src)="5"> Ари аброшиураҿы иануп аиашара ҳаԥсҭазаара ишаныруа .
(src)="6"> Аиашара .
(trg)="5"> This issue of The Watchtower discusses how honesty touches every aspect of our life .

(src)="7"> Ицахьоума уи амода ?
(trg)="6"> Is Honesty Outdated ?

(src)="8"> 3
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(src)="9"> Аиашамра шаҳныруа 4
(trg)="8"> How Dishonesty Affects You 4

(src)="10"> Иашарыла анхара заԥсоу 6
(trg)="9"> Why It Pays to Be Honest 6

(src)="11"> Абиблиа аԥсҭазаара аԥсахуеит
(trg)="10"> The Bible Changes Lives

(src)="12"> Исыҭ шықәсызаҵәык акәзаргьы иҭынчу аԥсҭазаара 8
(trg)="11"> Give Me Just One Year of Peace and Happiness 8

(src)="13"> Ижәдыруама шәара ?
(trg)="12"> Did You Know ?

(src)="14"> 10
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(src)="15"> Ашәарҭара ацәанырра ҳаиааир шҳалшо 11
(trg)="14"> How to Overcome Feelings of Insecurity 11

(src)="16"> Ажәытәтәи аҟәыӷара иахьатәи аԥсҭазааразы
(trg)="15"> Ancient Wisdom for Modern Living

(src)="17"> Шәазымхьаалан 15
(trg)="16"> Do Not Be Anxious 15

(src)="18"> Иаҳәозеи Абиблиа ?
(trg)="17"> What Does the Bible Say ?

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(src)="1"> АЦӘА́ АҞЫНТӘ ИААГОУ АТЕМА | ИАԤСОУМА ИАШАРЫЛА АНХАРА ?
(trg)="1"> COVER SUBJECT | WHY BE HONEST ?

(src)="2"> Хитоси Иапониа ауаа аусурҭа ахьырзырыԥшаауа аҭыԥ аҿы аҳасабеилыргаҩыс аус иуан .
(trg)="2"> Hitoshi worked in the accounting office of an employment agency in Japan .

(src)="3"> Афинанстә ҳасабырба ангәарҭоз , аусура аиҳабы Хитоси иеиҳәеит хыԥхьаӡарақәак ииашамкәа ианиҵарц .
(trg)="3"> While reviewing a financial account with his superior , Hitoshi was told that he was expected to make a falsified report .

(src)="4"> Аха Хитоси иҳәеит амцҳәара иламыс ишаҵанамкуа .
(trg)="4"> Hitoshi explained that his conscience would not let him do dishonest work .

(src)="5"> Иара ус ҟаимҵар аусура дшамырхуа иарҳәеит , нас дагьамырхит .
(src)="6"> Мызқәак ҵит .
(trg)="5"> As a result , Hitoshi’s superior threatened to fire him , and he ultimately lost his job .

(src)="7"> Хитоси даара игәнигон аусурҭа ахьизымԥшаауаз .
(trg)="6"> In the months that followed , Hitoshi became downhearted over his employment prospects .

(src)="8"> Зны усурак аҿы дрыдыркыларц данрацәажәоз , иара иҳәеит аусураҿы амцҳәара дшақәшаҳаҭымхо .
(trg)="7"> During one job interview , for instance , Hitoshi mentioned that he could not engage in dishonest work .

(src)="9"> Уа дзацәажәоз ус иҳәеит : « Шәара шәхәыцшьа аилкаара цәгьоуп ! »
(trg)="8"> The interviewer responded , “ Your way of thinking is strange ! ”

(src)="10"> Хитоси иҩызцәеи иуацәеи игәазҭарҵон игәаанагара имԥсахырц , аха иара алак - ҩакра далагеит .
(trg)="9"> Hitoshi’s family and friends encouraged him to remain firm in his resolve to be honest , yet he began to have some doubts .

(src)="11"> Уи иҳәеит : « Иҟасҵара сыздырам , иаԥсоума иаразнак иаартны аҳәара сыгәрахаҵара аӡбахә ? » .
(trg)="10"> For instance , he said , “ I wondered if being honest about my faith was a good idea . ”

(src)="12"> Илахьеиқәҵагоуп , аха Хитоси ихҭыс иаанарԥшуеит аиашаҳәара хара уагом ҳәа зыԥхьаӡо ауаа шыҟоу .
(trg)="11"> Hitoshi’s experience is a disturbing reminder that not everyone prizes honesty .

(src)="13"> Иаҳҳәап , шьоукы ирыԥхьаӡоит аусураҿы уи иуԥырхагоу ак ауп ҳәа .
(trg)="12"> In fact , some may even view it as a liability , particularly in the business community .

(src)="14"> « Сара еснагь исықәшәоит амц зҳәо ауаа , — лҳәеит Аладатәи Африка аус зуа ԥҳәыск , — зны - зынла дара реиԥш схы мҩаԥызгап ҳәа ахәыцра салагоит » .
(trg)="13"> “ I’m surrounded by people who are dishonest , ” said a working woman in South Africa , “ and sometimes the pressure to conform is very great . ”

(src)="15"> Иахьа даара ирацәоуп амц зҳәо ауаа .
(trg)="14"> One form of dishonesty that is particularly widespread today is lying .

(src)="16"> Амхерст иҟоу Массачусетстәи ауниверситет аҿы аус зуа апсихолог Роберт Фельдман шықәсқәак раԥхьа имҩаԥигоз аҭҵаарақәа иаадырԥшит 60 процент зықәра наӡахьо ауаа жәа - минуҭк рахь знык , ма еиҳаны амц шырҳәо .
(trg)="15"> Some years ago , a study by Robert S .
(trg)="16"> Feldman , a psychologist at the University of Massachusetts Amherst , determined that 60 percent of adults lie at least once during a ten - minute conversation .

(src)="17"> « Имҩаԥгаз аҭҵаара иаҳнарбаз даара иџьоушьартә иҟан , — иҳәеит Фельдман . — Ҳара ҳгәы иаанагомызт амцҳәара убриаҟара ауаа ирылаҵәоуп ҳәа » .
(trg)="17"> “ It was a very surprising result , ” says Feldman .
(trg)="18"> “ We didn’t expect lying to be such a common part of daily life . ”

(src)="18"> Уамашәа иубаратәы иҟоуп : аӡәырҩы ауаа дара аныржьо рцәымӷуп , аха рхаҭа егьырҭ ауаа ржьоит .
(trg)="19"> Is it not strange that most people abhor the idea of being lied to yet there are few practices more common than lying ?

(src)="19"> Избан амцҳәара , аӷьычра , насгьы егьырҭ аус бааԥсқәа иахьа абас ауаа изрылаҵәо ?
(trg)="20"> Why are lying , stealing , and other forms of dishonesty so common today ?

(src)="20"> Ишԥарныруеи аиашамра ауаа зегь адунеи аҿы ?
(trg)="21"> How does dishonesty affect society as a whole ?

(src)="21"> Аха еиҳарак ихадоу , ҳхы шԥацәаҳахьчари ҳара аиашамра ?
(trg)="22"> And more important , how can we avoid getting caught up in these dishonest practices ?

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(src)="1"> АЦӘА́ АҞЫНТӘ ИААГОУ АТЕМА | ИАԤСОУМА ИАШАРЫЛА АНХАРА ?
(trg)="1"> COVER SUBJECT | WHY BE HONEST ?

(src)="2"> « Аԥсҭазаараҿы имариам аҭагылазаашьақәа ҟалар алшоит , урҭ рыӡбараҿы зны - зынла амцҳәара уцхраауеит » ( Саманта , Аладатәи Африка ) .
(trg)="2"> “ There are always difficult situations that can be solved with a little dishonesty . ” ​ — Samantha , South Africa .

(src)="3"> Шәрықәшаҳаҭума шәара арҭ ажәақәа ?
(trg)="3"> Do you agree with that statement ?

(src)="4"> Саманта леиԥш , ҳаргьы аамҭа - аамҭала имариам аҭагылазаашьақәа ҳрықәшәоит .
(trg)="4"> Like Samantha , all of us have faced difficult situations at one time or another .

(src)="5"> Убасҟан ҳхы шымҩаԥаҳго иаанарԥшуеит ҳаԥсҭазаараҿы еиҳа зыхә ҳшьо .
(trg)="5"> How we react to situations that tempt us to be dishonest can reveal what values we hold dear .

(src)="6"> Иаҳҳәап , ҳрепутациа ахьчара ҳара ҳзы зегь реиҳа ихадазар , усҟан ҳгәы иаанагар алшоит уи анагӡараҿы амцҳәара ҳацхраауеит ҳәа .
(trg)="6"> For example , if saving face is paramount to us , we would likely view being dishonest as just another tool used to accomplish the task .

(src)="7"> Аха аиаша анаатлак , уи алҵшәа бааԥсқәа аанагар алшоит .
(trg)="7"> When the truth comes to light , however , dishonesty often brings negative consequences .

(src)="8"> Ауаа реизыҟазаашьақәа рҿы агәреибагара даара ихадоуп .
(trg)="8"> Consider the following .
(trg)="9"> Relationships are built on trust .

(src)="9"> Ҩыџьа ауаа агәреибагара анрыбжьо , усҟан дара реиҩызара абаагәара еиԥшхоит .
(trg)="10"> When two people trust each other , they feel safe and secure .

(src)="10"> Аха агәреибагара иаразнак ицәырҵуам .
(trg)="11"> But trust does not happen overnight .

(src)="11"> Ауаа агәреибагара рыбжьалоит аамҭа анеицырхырго , аиаша анеибырҳәо , насгьы рхатә феида ианашьҭам .
(trg)="12"> People build trust when they spend time together , engaging in honest communication and acting unselfishly .

(src)="12"> Аха мцык азы рџьабаа зегь аӡы иагар алшоит .
(trg)="13"> Trust can be shattered , however , by just one act of dishonesty .

(src)="13"> Агәреибагара анырцәыӡлак , уи аиҭашьақәыргылара даара иуадаҩхоит .
(trg)="14"> And when trust has been broken , it can be very difficult to rebuild .

(src)="15"> Ааи акәзар , иарбан цәаныррақәоу уи ишәызцәырнагаз ?
(trg)="15"> Have you ever been deceived by someone you thought was a good friend ?
(trg)="16"> If so , how did you feel ?

(src)="16"> Ҳәарада , уи шәгәы шәнархьит , насгьы шәырҭиизшәа шәхы жәбон .
(trg)="17"> Likely you felt hurt , even betrayed .

(src)="17"> Шәцәаныррақәа еилкаауп .
(trg)="18"> That certainly is understandable .

(src)="18"> Ииашаҵәҟьаны , уи аҩыза аҭагылазаашьаҿы иуцәыӡыр алшоит ибзиоу аизыҟазаашьақәа зырӷәӷәо агәреибагара .
(trg)="19"> There is little doubt that dishonesty can destroy the fabric of precious relationships .

(src)="19"> Калифорниатәи ауниверситет аҿы аус зуа аекономика апрофессор Роберт Иннес имҩаԥигаз аҭҵаарақәа иаадырԥшит « аиашамра аҿкы ишаҩызоу » .
(trg)="20"> A study by Robert Innes , a professor of economics at the University of California , found that “ dishonesty is indeed contagious . ”

(src)="20"> Уи иаҿурԥшыр ҟалоит авирус — амц зҳәо ауаа заҟа лассы - лассы урацәажәо , убриаҟара еиҳахоит уи « авирус акра » ашәарҭара .
(trg)="21"> Thus , dishonesty could be likened to a virus ​ — the more contact you have with a person who is deceitful , the greater your risk of being “ infected ” with dishonesty yourself .

(src)="21"> Иҟаҵатәузеи , ари ацәҟьа ҳаҿамшәарц азы ?
(trg)="22"> How can you avoid falling into the trap of dishonesty ?

(src)="22"> Уи аҿы иҳацхраауеит Абиблиа .
(trg)="23"> The Bible can help you .

(src)="23"> Шәааи ҳарзааҭгылап абиблиатә принципқәак .
(trg)="24"> Please consider a few Bible principles .

(src)="24"> ИЗАКӘЫЗЕИ УИ ?
(trg)="25"> WHAT IS IT ?

(src)="25"> Аиаша адырра азин змоу аӡәы ииашам аинформациа изнагара .
(trg)="26"> Saying something false to someone who is entitled to know the truth .

(src)="26"> Амцҳәарахь иаҵанакуеит аӡәы ирҩашьаразы афактқәа реицакра , егьырҭ ржьаразы ихадоу аинформациа аҵәахра , насгьы ауаа агәаанагара бзиа рзынхарц азы аҵабырг иҟам - иным ала арԥшӡара .
(src)="27"> ИАҲӘОЗЕИ АБИБЛИА ?
(trg)="27"> Lying can include misrepresenting or distorting facts in order to mislead a person , omitting key information to deceive someone , and exaggerating the truth in order to give a false impression .

(src)="28"> « Иегова ауаҩы гьангьаш дицәымӷуп , зыламыс цқьоу рыгәра игоит » ( Ажәамаанақәа [ Притчи ] 3 : 32 ) .
(trg)="28"> WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS : “ Jehovah detests a devious person , but His close friendship is with the upright . ”

(src)="29"> « Убри аҟнытә амцҳәара мап ацәкны доусы иуԥну , иузааигәоу иаша - ҵабыргла уиацәажәа » ( Ефесаа рахь 4 : 25 ) .
(trg)="29"> “ Now that you have put away deceit , each one of you speak truth with his neighbor . ” ​ — Ephesians 4 : 25 .

(src)="30"> ИЗАКӘЫЗЕИ УИ ?
(trg)="30"> WHAT IS IT ?

(src)="31"> Ишымцу дырны , аӡәы ихьӡ зырцәгьо аинформациа аларҵәара ауп .
(trg)="31"> Uttering false and malicious statements that injure a person’s reputation .

(src)="32"> ИАҲӘОЗЕИ АБИБЛИА ?
(src)="33"> « Ацәгьаршҩы аҳәоуеиқәымшәара ааигоит , аӡәы ацәгьа изызҳәо аҩызцәа гәакьақәа еилихуеит » ( Ажәамаанақәа [ Притчи ] 16 : 28 ) .
(trg)="32"> WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS : “ A troublemaker causes dissension , and a slanderer separates close friends . ”

(src)="34"> « Амҿы ахьыҟам амца ыцәоит , аӡәы ацәгьа изызҳәо даныҟам , аимак аангылоит » ( Ажәамаанақәа [ Притчи ] 26 : 20 ) .
(trg)="33"> “ Where there is no wood , the fire goes out , and where there is no slanderer , quarreling ceases . ” ​ — Proverbs 26 : 20 .

(src)="35"> ИЗАКӘЫЗЕИ УИ ?
(trg)="34"> WHAT IS IT ?

(src)="36"> Аӡәы иԥара , ма имал мцҳәарала ицәгара .
(trg)="35"> Inducing someone to part with money or property on false pretenses .

(src)="37"> ИАҲӘОЗЕИ АБИБЛИА ?
(src)="38"> « Думжьан зҭагылазаашьа цәгьоу , игәаҟу , қьырала аус зуа ауаҩы » ( Ҩынтәзакәан [ Второзаконие ] 24 : 14 , 15 ) .
(trg)="36"> WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS : “ You must not defraud a hired worker who is in need and poor . ”

(src)="39"> « Иӷару дызжьо уи ауаҩы Дызшаз дирџьоит , игәаҟу ауаҩы изыразу Иара дҳареикуеит » ( Ажәамаанақәа [ Притчи ] 14 : 31 ) .
(trg)="37"> “ The one who defrauds the lowly one insults his Maker , but whoever shows compassion to the poor glorifies Him . ” ​ — Proverbs 14 : 31 .

(src)="40"> ИЗАКӘЫЗЕИ УИ ?
(trg)="38"> WHAT IS IT ?

(src)="41"> Аӡәы атәым мал анитәитәуа .
(trg)="39"> Taking property from a person without permission .

(src)="42"> ИАҲӘОЗЕИ АБИБЛИА ?
(src)="43"> « Аӷьычра иаҿу — узҿу уаҟәыҵ , ухатә џьабаала ухы ныҟәгала , агәаҟцәа , ананамгацәа урыцхраала » ( Ефесаа рахь 4 : 28 ) .
(trg)="40"> WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS : “ Let the one who steals steal no more ; rather , let him do hard work , doing good work with his hands , so that he may have something to share with someone in need . ”

(src)="44"> « Шәгәышәҽаныз , шәхы шәымжьаразы . . .
(trg)="41"> “ Do not be misled . . . .

(src)="45"> Убас аӷьычцәа , аԥсы қым - қымцәа — аҵарҭышагацәа , аҩыжәцәа , абызхәаԥсақәа , амҵарсцәа — Анцәа Иԥсҳара роураны иҟам » ( 1 Коринфаа рахь 6 : 9 , 10 ) .
(trg)="42"> Thieves , greedy people , drunkards , revilers , and extortioners will not inherit God’s Kingdom . ” ​ — 1 Corinthians 6 : 9 , 10 .

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(src)="1"> АЦӘА́ АҞЫНТӘ ИААГОУ АТЕМА | ИАԤСОУМА ИАШАРЫЛА АНХАРА ?
(trg)="1"> COVER SUBJECT | WHY BE HONEST ?

(src)="2"> « Ҳарҭ ҳаламыс ацқьара , ахирра агәра ҳгоит , иҟаҳҵо зегьы гәык - ԥсык ала , иаша - ҵабыргла иҟаҳҵоит » ( Ауриацәа рахь 13 : 18 ) .
(trg)="2"> “ We trust we have an honest conscience , as we wish to conduct ourselves honestly in all things . ” ​ — Hebrews 13 : 18 .

(src)="3"> Абиблиаҿы иуԥыло « аиашара » ҳәа еиҭагоу ажәытәбырзен ажәа иаанагоит « ибзиаҵәҟьоу » .
(trg)="3"> In the Bible , the original Greek word that is sometimes translated “ honesty ” literally means “ something that is intrinsically good . ”

(src)="4"> Иара убас уи ажәа иаанагар алшоит агәаԥхашәара аганахьала иԥшӡоу акы .
(trg)="4"> It can also carry the meaning of something beautiful to behold in a moral sense .

(src)="5"> Ақьырсианцәа хшыҩзышьҭрала иазнеиуеит Анцәа идоуҳала иаԥҵоу апостол Павел иажәақәа : « Ҳарҭ . . . иҟаҳҵо зегьы гәык - ԥсык ала , иаша - ҵабыргла иҟаҳҵоит » .
(trg)="5"> Christians take seriously the apostle Paul’s inspired words : “ We wish to conduct ourselves honestly in all things . ”

(src)="6"> Иаҵанакуазеи уахь ?
(trg)="6"> What does that involve ?

(src)="7"> Есышьыжь еиҳараҩык ауаа адәахьы идәылҵаанӡа асаркьа ианыԥшылоит .
(trg)="7"> Most people glance at themselves in a mirror every morning before going out in public .

(src)="8"> Избан ?
(trg)="8"> Why ?

(src)="9"> Избанзар рҭеиҭыԥш бзиазарц рҭахуп .
(trg)="9"> Because they want to look their best .

(src)="10"> Аха иҟоуп акы амода иақәыршәаны аҽеилаҳәареи ахцәыҟаҵареи раасҭа ихадоу .
(trg)="10"> But there is something much more important than having a stylish haircut or fashionable clothes .

(src)="11"> Аԥшӡара ҳазҭо , ма иҳамызхуа ҩныҵҟала ҳзеиԥшроу ауп .
(trg)="11"> Indeed , the person we are on the inside can either add to or detract from our outward appearance .

(src)="12"> Анцәа Иажәаҿы иаартны иануп ауаа ацәгьа аҟаҵарахь рхы шхо .
(trg)="12"> God’s Word frankly admits that we are inclined to do what is bad .

(src)="13"> « Дхәыҷаахыс [ ауаҩы ] игәы ацәгьарахь ихоуп » , — иануп Аҟазаара ( Бытие ) 8 : 21 аҟны .
(trg)="13"> “ The inclination of the heart of man is bad from his youth up , ” says Genesis 8 : 21 .

(src)="14"> Убри аҟынтә ҳиашаны ҳаанхаларц азы иҳациз игәнаҳау агәазыҳәарақәа ҳарҿагылалароуп .
(trg)="14"> Thus , to be honest , we must fight against our inborn sinful tendencies .

(src)="15"> Абар апостол Павел дшахцәажәаз иара ихаҭа агәнаҳа дшаҿагылоз : « Ҩнуҵҟала , аханатә , Анцәа изакәан сазыразуп ; Аха сара сцәеижь аҿы аус ауеит даҽа закәанк , ари азакәан сара сыхшыҩ - сдырра иабашьуеит , уи сцәеижь ахәҭақәа зыххәыцуа агәнаҳаратә закәанԥҟарақәа тәыс ирымоу аӡә сакәны сҟанаҵоит » ( Римаа рахь 7 : 22 , 23 ) .
(trg)="15"> The apostle Paul gave a vivid description of his own fight against sin , saying : “ I really delight in the law of God according to the man I am within , but I see in my body another law warring against the law of my mind and leading me captive to sin’s law that is in my body . ” ​ — Romans 7 : 22 , 23 .

(src)="16"> Ҳгәы ицәгьоу ак аҟаҵара анҳаҵанаҳәо , насгьы ииашамкәа ахымҩаԥгара ҳаныхнахуа , ҳара уалс иҳадым ҳгәазыҳәарақәа рықәныҟәара .
(trg)="16"> For example , when our heart urges us to do what is bad and we have a strong inclination to be dishonest , we do not have to be a slave to our heart’s impulses .

(src)="17"> Ҳара еснагь иҳалшоит иаҳҭаху алаҳхыр .
(trg)="17"> We still have a choice in the matter .

(src)="18"> Ииашам ахәыцрақәа мап рыцәкуа ҳара ҳиашаны ҳаанхар ҳалшоит , иааҳакәыршаны аиашамра шыҟоугьы .
(trg)="18"> When we choose to reject a bad thought , we can remain honest despite the dishonesty surrounding us .