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
"Any love which depends on a cause, once the cause disappears, the love disintegrates; but a love independent of any cause will never disintegrate."
"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."
"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."
"He who is in a position to intercede on behalf of his fellow, but does not, is considered a sinner."
"He who has much learning but no good deeds is like an unbridled horse, that throws off the rider as soon as he mounts."
"God did not create woman from man's head, that he should command her, nor from his feet that she should be his slave, but rather from his side, that she should be near his heart."
"Loving kindness is greater than laws; and the charities of life are more than all ceremonies."
"Regard as enormous the little wrong you did to others, and as trifling the great wrong done to you."
"The highest praise is silence. Even a pearl of infinite value, any praise given it detracts from it."
"Verbal wrong is worse than monetary wrong. The former affects the victim's person, the latter only his money."
"You must know that ethical conduct is inspired neither by hope of reward nor fear of punishment. It stems solely from the love of God and the desire to do His commandments."
"Who is wise? He who learns from all men. Who is strong? He who controls his inclinations. Who is wealthy? He who is content in his portion. Who is honored? He who honors others."
"He who has acquired knowledge, what does he lack? He who lacks knowledge, what does he possess?"