World English Bible
Ecclesiastes 6 (WEBP)
 There is an evil which I have seen under the sun, and it is heavy on men:
 a man to whom God gives riches, wealth, and honor, so that he lacks nothing for his soul of all that he desires, yet God gives him no power to eat of it, but an alien eats it. This is vanity, and it is an evil disease.
 If a man fathers a hundred children, and lives many years, so that the days of his years are many, but his soul is not filled with good, and moreover he has no burial, I say that a stillborn child is better than he;
 for it comes in vanity, and departs in darkness, and its name is covered with darkness.
 Moreover it has not seen the sun nor known it. This has rest rather than the other.
 Yes, though he live a thousand years twice told, and yet fails to enjoy good, don’t all go to one place?
 All the labor of man is for his mouth, and yet the appetite is not filled.
 For what advantage has the wise more than the fool? What has the poor man, that knows how to walk before the living?
 Better is the sight of the eyes than the wandering of the desire. This also is vanity and a chasing after wind.
 Whatever has been, its name was given long ago; and it is known what man is; neither can he contend with him who is mightier than he.
 For there are many words that create vanity. What does that profit man?
 For who knows what is good for man in life, all the days of his vain life which he spends like a shadow? For who can tell a man what will be after him under the sun?
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King James w/Strong’s #s
Ecclesiastes 6 (KJVS)
 There is H3426 an evil H7451 which I have seen H7200 (8804) under the sun H8121, and it [is] common H7227 among men H120:
 A man H376 to whom God H430 hath given H5414 (8799) riches H6239, wealth H5233, and honour H3519, so that he wanteth H2638 nothing for his soul H5315 of all that he desireth H183 (8691), yet God H430 giveth him not power H7980 (8686) to eat H398 (8800) thereof, but a stranger H376 H5237 eateth H398 (8799) it: this [is] vanity H1892, and it [is] an evil H7451 disease H2483.
 If a man H376 beget H3205 (8686) an hundred H3967 [children], and live H2421 (8799) many H7227 years H8141, so that the days H3117 of his years H8141 be many H7227, and his soul H5315 be not filled H7646 (8799) with good H2896, and also [that] he have no burial H6900; I say H559 (8804), [that] an untimely birth H5309 [is] better H2896 than he.
 For he cometh H935 (8804) in with vanity H1892, and departeth H3212 (8799) in darkness H2822, and his name H8034 shall be covered H3680 (8792) with darkness H2822.
 Moreover he hath not seen H7200 (8804) the sun H8121, nor known H3045 (8804) [any thing]: this H2088 hath more rest H5183 than H2088 the other.
 Yea, though H432 he live H2421 (8804) a thousand H505 years H8141 twice H6471 [told], yet hath he seen H7200 (8804) no good H2896: do not all go H1980 (8802) to one H259 place H4725?
 All the labour H5999 of man H120 [is] for his mouth H6310, and yet the appetite H5315 is not filled H4390 (8735).
 For what hath the wise H2450 more H3148 than the fool H3684? what hath the poor H6041, that knoweth H3045 (8802) to walk H1980 (8800) before the living H2416?
 Better H2896 [is] the sight H4758 of the eyes H5869 than the wandering H1980 (8800) of the desire H5315: this [is] also vanity H1892 and vexation H7469 of spirit H7307.
 That which hath been is named H7121 (8738) H8034 already H3528, and it is known H3045 (8737) that it [is] man H120: neither may H3201 (8799) he contend H1777 (8800) with him that is mightier H8623 than he.
 Seeing there be H3426 many H7235 (8687) things H1697 that increase H7235 (8688) vanity H1892, what [is] man H120 the better H3148?
 For who knoweth H3045 (8802) what [is] good H2896 for man H120 in [this] life H2416, all H4557 the days H3117 of his vain H1892 life H2416 which he spendeth H6213 (8799) as a shadow H6738? for who can tell H5046 (8686) a man H120 what shall be after H310 him under the sun H8121?
Young’s Literal Translation
Ecclesiastes 6 (YLT)
 There is an evil that I have seen under the sun, and it is great on man:
 A man to whom God giveth wealth, and riches, and honour, and there is no lack to his soul of all that he desireth, and God giveth him not power to eat of it, but a stranger eateth it; this is vanity, and it is an evil disease.
 If a man doth beget a hundred, and live many years, and is great, because they are the days of his years, and his soul is not satisfied from the goodness, and also he hath not had a grave, I have said, ‘Better than he is the untimely birth.’
 For in vanity he came in, and in darkness he goeth, and in darkness his name is covered,
 Even the sun he hath not seen nor known, more rest hath this than that.
 And though he had lived a thousand years twice over, yet good he hath not seen; to the same place doth not every one go?
 All the labour of man is for his mouth, and yet the soul is not filled.
 For what advantage is to the wise above the fool? What to the poor who knoweth to walk before the living?
 Better is the sight of the eyes than the going of the soul. This also is vanity and vexation of spirit.
 What is that which hath been? already is its name called, and it is known that it is man, and he is not able to contend with him who is stronger than he.
 For there are many things multiplying vanity; what advantage is to man?
 For who knoweth what is good for a man in life, the number of the days of the life of his vanity, and he maketh them as a shadow? for who declareth to man what is after him under the sun?