Talmud or The Talmud

Talmud or The Talmud
c. 3rd Century
6th Century

Scholarly Interpretation including the Mishnah and Gemara, First Codification of Jewish Oral Law, Talmud meaning "instruction, learning", Central Text of mainstream Judaism consisting of 63 tractates expressing the opinions of thousands of rabbis on subjects including law, ethics, philosophy, customs, history, theology and lore

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Entertain no wanton thoughts by day, and you'll avoid pollution at night.

Even a poor man, who receives charity, should give charity.

Do not worry about tomorrow's troubles for you know not what tomorrow will bring. Tomorrow may come and you will not be, and it thus turns out you have worried about a world which is not yours.

Do things for their own sake.

Do not look at the vessel, rather at what it contains.

Be wary of anyone who advises you according to his own nature.

Charity must be given in secret.

Condemn no man and consider nothing impossible, for there is no man who does not have a future and there is nothing that does not have its hour.

Be humble, that you may not be humbled.

Any love which depends on a cause, once the cause disappears, the love disintegrates; but a love independent of any cause will never disintegrate.

As my mouth, so my heart.

All men are responsible for one another.

Always judge your fellow with a leaning to the side of merit.

A big sin is forgotten, a little sin is not.

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Talmud or The Talmud
Birth Date
c. 3rd Century
Death Date
6th Century
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Scholarly Interpretation including the Mishnah and Gemara, First Codification of Jewish Oral Law, Talmud meaning "instruction, learning", Central Text of mainstream Judaism consisting of 63 tractates expressing the opinions of thousands of rabbis on subjects including law, ethics, philosophy, customs, history, theology and lore