The Talmud Quotes

If silence be good for the wise, how much better for fools.

If a word spoken in its time is worth one piece of money, silence in its time is worth two.

The joy of the heart begets song.

Who can protest an injustice but does not is an accomplice to the act.

Hope for a miracle. But don’t depend on one.

Do not decide that someone is good until you see how he or she acts at home.

How many pens are broken, how many ink bottles consumed, to write about things that have never happened.

Thy friend has a friend, and thy friend’s friend has a friend; be discreet.

More people die from over-eating than from undernourishment.

He who promises runs in debt.