Talmud Quotes

Breed not a savage dog, nor permit a loose stairway.

Silence (in court) may be equivalent to confession.

Better an ounce from the ground than a pound from the roof.

Doubt cannot override a certainty.

Once a wrong doer has accepted his or her sentence, take it for granted that he or she is sorry and intends never to behave badly again. Then, treat the former wrongdoer well. Never blame anyone. In the other person’s place you might have done the same.

A legal decision depends not on the teacher’s age, but on the force of his argument.

Do not attempt to confute a lion after he’s dead.