Hebrew Proverbs

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The Torah can be interpreted in 49 different ways. Gold told Moses, Decide according to the

There are three persons from whom the curtain is not sealed-off: [He that suffers] oppression; [he that incurs a loss because of] theft; [and he that worships] idolatry.

Nobody leaves us, we only leave others.

Only love gives us the taste of eternity.

Pride joined with many virtues chokes them all.

Small children, a headache. Big children, heartache.

The angry man is controlled by many and variegated manifestations of hell.

The cure for anxiety about the future is not nostalgia for the past.

The law of a Government is the law of the land.

The poor fool is a man who falls on his back and breaks his nose.

The voice of the people is like the voice of the Almighty.

There is no affliction without iniquity.

Never enter your house on a sudden! How much more, your neighbor's house!

Not every man is privileged to eat from two tables.

Only that labor which comes with pre-meditated thought has the Law (Torah) prohibited.

Pride that dined with vanity supped with poverty.

Small children, small problems; big children, big problems.

The apple does not fall far from the tree.

The Divine Law (Torah) speaks in the language readily understood by men.

The letters maketh wise.

The priests of Aaron's lineage are highly motivated.

The wage for learning an array of oral teachings is the development of one's reasoning faculties.

There is no book that contains absolutely nothing bad, and there is no book that contains absolutely nothing good.

Never trust people who tell you all their troubles but keep from you all their joys.

Not everyone the dog barks at is a thief.

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