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We spend the first twelve months of our children's lives
teaching them to walk and talk and the next twelve telling
them to sit down and shut up.
We write not only for children but also for their parents.
They, too, are serious children.
Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands.
A childless man is as good as dead.
Save you honor your parents, your children will not honor you.
Great is the pain of bringing up sons,
and greater of bringing up daughters.
In disputes between parents and children,
the children always get the upper hand.
Little children are a headache and big ones a heartache.
Children grow up, parents grow old.
Who circumcises his son is as though he offered all the sacrifices to the Lord.
A daughter only tells her secrets to her mother.
It is not what a mother says of her daughter,
but what the neighbors say, that matters.
Let a father wed his daughter to a scholar,
even if he spend all his money on her dowry!
The good deeds of parents are a happy augury for their children.
Who ridicules his father is no better than a worshipper of idols.
One should respect one's father-in-law like one's own father.
Despise not your mother, when she is old!
Have you ever heard of a son rejecting his mother
beause he found a nicer one?
Adam was the luckiest of men:
he had no mother-in-law.
Every man has three names: one that his father and mother gave him, one that others call him and one in the scroll of his creation.
No father should give his son the name of a wicked man.
These are things whose fruits a man enjoys in this world while the capital is laid up for him in the world to come: honoring his father and mother.
Whether you have money or not, you should respect your father and mother---
even if you have to go begging from door to door.
What God is to the world, parents are to their children.
By grace of children parents win respect.