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“It is our duty to relieve the poor and the needy, to visit the sick and bury the dead without distinction of race or creed.”

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“It is sinful to deceive any man, be he even a heathen.”

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“It is sinful to deceive the government regarding taxes and duties.”

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“It is well to add a trade to your studies; you will then be free from sin.”

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“It is wrong to receive a present from a thief.”

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“Jerusalem was destroyed because the instruction of the young was neglected.”

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“Join the company of lions rather than assume the lead among foxes.”

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“Judge a man by his deeds, not by his words.”

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“Judge everybody favorably.”

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“Judge not thy neighbor until thou hast been placed in his position.”

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“Keep shut the doors of thy mouth even from the wife of thy bosom.”

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“Learn first and philosophize afterwards.”

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“Lend to the poor in the time of their need.”

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“Let every man divide his money into three parts, and invest a third in land, a third in business, and a third let him keep by him in reserve.”

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“Let thy house be a resort of the wise.”

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“Let thy house be open wide as a refuge, and let the poor be cordially received within thy walls.”

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“Sit with those who love Allah, for that enlightens the mind.”


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“Let youth and old age not be joined in marriage, lest the purity and peace of domestic life be disturbed.”

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“Live well. It is the greatest revenge.”

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“Look not at the cask, but at what is in it. A new cask may contain old wine, and an old one may be altogether empty.”

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“Look not at the pitcher, but upon what is inside — a new pitcher may be full of good old wine, while an old one may be totally empty.”

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“Look not on thy prayers as on a task; let the supplication be sincere.”

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“Love is blind. That is why he always proceeds by the sense of touch.”

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“Love takes no advice.”

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“Love your wife like yourself; honor her more than yourself.”

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“Love your wife truly and faithfully, and do not compel her to hard work.”

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“Loving kindness is greater than laws; and the charities of life are more than all ceremonies.”

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“Make your books your companions.”

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“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.”

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“Man is generally led the way which he is inclined to go.”

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“Man’s home means his wife.”

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“Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is.”

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