Sin is sweet in the beginning, but bitter in the end.— The Talmud
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The end result of wisdom is... good deeds.
Who is wise? One who learns from all.
Join the company of lions rather than assume the lead among foxes.
This is the punishment of a liar: he is not believed, even when he speaks the truth.
Fish die when they are out of water, and people die without law and order.
Who is a wise man? He who learns of all men.
The sun will set without thy assistance.
Loving kindness is greater than laws; and the charities of life are more than all ceremonies.
A person will be called to account on Judgment Day for every permissible thing he might have enjoyed but did not.
Greater even than the pious man is he who eats that which is the fruit of his own toil; for scripture declares him twice-blessed.
When you teach your son, you teach your son's son.
No labor, however humble, is dishonoring.
Everyone whose deeds are more than his wisdom, his wisdom endures;
and everyone whose wisdom is more than his deeds, his wisdom does not endure.
Every blade of grass has its angel that bends over it and whispers, grow, grow.
The deeper the sorrow the less the tongue has it.
If one man says to thee, Thou art a donkey, pay no heed. If two speak thus, purchase a saddle.
A quotation at the right moment is like bread to the famished.
Thy friend has a friend, and thy friend's friend has a friend; be discreet.
The burden is equal to the horse's strength.
Man has three friends on whose company he relies.
First, wealth which goes with him only while good fortune lasts. Second, his relatives; they go only as far as the grave, leave him there. The third friend, his good deeds, go with him beyond the grave.