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D on’t run too far; you will have to return the same distance.




6731 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash Ecclesiastes R. 11:9  








V irtue bears its fruits.




6705 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash Tehillim  








D on’t criticize a wicked man who abandons his wickedness—and repents.




6674 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash, Proverbs 6:30  








O n what day is all the world equal? When rain falls!




6673 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash Tehillim  








M any pens are broken, and seas of ink consumed, to describe things that never happened.




6657 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash Tanchuma  








E ven if all of a slander is not believed, half of it is.




6629 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash Genesis R. 56:4  








A man is lucky if his wife, his studies and his livelihood all come from his own town.




6623 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash Mishle  








A false oath is desecration of the Holy Name.




6572 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Torat Kohanim  








A man should always be happy in his lot, then will he be pleasant and so all his deeds.




6570 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash Le’Olam  








I dleness causes boredom.




6548 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Ketubot 5:5  








I n a war stay where you are, in famine shift your ground!




6524 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Sifre (Midrash halakhah)  








T he door which is not opened for a beggar will open for a doctor.




6502 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Pesikta Rabati  








A ll that you do, do only out of love!




6495 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Sifre (Midrash halakhah)  








A father suffers for the troubles of his son.




6483 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash Sekhel Tov  








I f others speak ill of you, let the worst they say seem a trifle; if you speak ill of others, let the trivial seem enormous.




6481 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Sifre (Midrash halakhah) 89b  








F rom a man’s words you may know if he likes you or hates you.




6476 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash Mishle  








W hoever lives by Torah, good deeds, humility, and the fear of Heaven, will be saved from doom.




6468 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Pesikta R. 198a  








I f a man break a light precept (commandment), he will end by breaking a grave one.




6445 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Sifre (Midrash halakhah)  








W ho tells his friend’s secret sheds blood.




6441 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash Gadol Ugdula  








O ne should respect one’s fatherin- law like one’s own father.




6427 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash Tehillim  








O nly the one who eats the dish knows how it tastes.




6404 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Midrash Deuteronomy R.  








T o serve the Lord your God with all your heart" [Deuteronomy 11.13].
What is a service with the heart? It is prayer.





4372 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism








R abbi Phinehas the Priest said in reference to Proverbs 11.21, "If you
have fulfilled a command, do not seek its reward from God straightaway,
lest you not be acquitted of sin, but be regarded as wicked because you
have not sought to cause your children to inherit anything. For if
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob had sought the reward of the good deeds which
they performed, how could the seed of these righteous men [e.g., Israel]
have been delivered?"





4323 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Exodus Rabbah 44.3  








I f a man perform a religious precept, one angel is assigned to him; if he perform two precepts, two angels are assigned to him; if he perform all the precepts, many angels are assigned to him; as it is said, "For He shall give His angels charge over you, to keep you in all thy ways" (Psalm 91.11). Who are these angels? They are his guardians from the harmful spirits; as it is said, "A thousand shall fall at your side and ten thousand at your right hand" (Psalm 91.7).




4256 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism








G od said to Israel, "Because you have seen me in many likenesses, there are not therefore many gods. But it is ever the same God: I am the Lord your God." Rabbi Levi said, "God appeared to them like a mirror, in which many faces can be reflected; a thousand people look at it; it looks at all of them." So when God spoke to the Israelites, each one thought that God spoke individually to him.




4104 |   The Misdrashs, Judaism
Source : Pesikta Kahana 109b-110a  






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