He whose wisdom exceeds his works, to what may he be likened? To a tree whose branches are numerous but whose roots are few. The wind comes along and uproots it and sweeps it down.
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He who loves money will not be satisfied with money.
You can educate a fool, but you cannot make him think
He who promises runs in debt
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The sacred books should be burned rather than made available to women.
He who loves money will not be satisfied with money
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Make your books your companions.
The highest form of wisdom is kindness
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Silence (in court) may be equivalent to confession
Sin is sweet in the beginning, but bitter in the end.
A legal decision depends not on the teacher's age, but on the force of his...
A dream which is not interpreted is like a letter which is not read.
To break an oral agreement which is not legally binding is morally wrong
Doubt cannot override a certainty.
Even doubtful accusations leave a stain behind them
When in doubt, sing loud
Seize the moment of excited curiosity on any subject to solve your doubts; for if...