Hebrew Proverbs

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The richest inheritance might become a burden.

The woman is stingy towards the guests, more so than the man.

There is no kingdom which can lord itself over another [kingdom], even if it were but the space of a hair's breadth [in time].

No man can touch a thing which has been designated for another.

One does not learn by way of example from a callow fellow.

People come to poverty in two ways accumulating debts and paying them off.

Receive the payment. Deliver the goods!

Sympathy is a little medicine to soothe the ache in another's heart.

The best of the physicians are destined for hell.

The duress of the present hour, precludes any other considerations about tomorrow.

The more money, the happier; the more wit, the happier.

The righteous say little and do much.

The world is built on loving kindness.

There is no man who does not at some time come to this extreme measure. If not him, then it is his son. And if it's not his son, then it is his son's son.

No man finds contentment except through his first wife.

One does not learn from two Scriptures when the end result comes to serve the very same function.

People hate what they do not understand.

Rejoice not at thine enemy's fall - but don't rush to pick him up either.

Taxes grow without rain

The best way to find happiness is not to search for it.

The envy of school teachers proliferates wisdom.

The more you add, the worse it gets.

The saving of life takes precedence over the Sabbath day.

The world is sustained by three things: Justice, truth and peace.

There is no righteous man upon earth, who will do good and not sin.

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