24 Quotations Found
Who respects the elderly is as if he respects the Lord.
No learning, no manners;
no manners, no learning;
no lore, no loaf.
Be not boastful in your speech!
Do not scoff at your fellow's error!
If a guest enters your home, ask him no quesitons of the Torah unless you know that he can answer!
Good manners is thoughtfulness of God and of men.
In the midst of a discourse, speak not.
The world is governed not by morality, but by a hardened form of it, manners.
Without manners no Torah, without Torah no manners.
Good manners may in Seven Words be found:
Forget Yourself and think of Those Around.
Fine manners are the oil that lubricates social contacts...Ability is adorned by nothing as much as by affability.
The test of good manners: to bear patiently with bad ones.
The Torah teaches incidentally good manners.
Manners provide the lubrication without which frictions would develop.
Do not interrupt while another speaks.
Be ever decorous when you enter and when you leave.
Whatever your host tells you, do.
Teach a child good manners during babyhood.
All men should rise when a sage passes.
There is no truer index to intelligence than the way one acts at the table.
Do not dishonor the old: we shall all be numbered among them.
Too honor an old man one should not sit in his place or contradict his words.
Beware of discourtesy to the poor: The Lord stands near them.
Some men are stupid: they stand up to honor a Holy Scroll, but do not rise to honor a sage.