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Can there be a banquet without preparations?
As busy as a Jew on Friday...
On six days work may be done, but on the seventh day you shall have a Sabbath of complete rest, holy to the Lord.
No Sabbath laws apply wherever there is doubt
that life is in danger.
Sabbath has a flavor of Paradise about it.
It is the Sabbath, and one should not weep,
for healing is nigh to come.
Your talk on the Sabbath
should not be like your talk on a weekday.
The Sabbath never ceases to be.
It was forbidden to break the Sabbath,
even when David, king of Israel, died.
Great is the Sabbath,
since it outweighs all religious precepts.
Who observes the Sabbath is as though he created it.
Sabbath is a hint of life everlasting
in a world full of rest and repose.
More than Israel has preserved the Sabbath,
the Sabbath has preserved Israel.
No one that feels a real link with the nation in his heart throughout the ages could imagine the existence of the Jewish people without 'Sabbath the Queen'.
Three things have a faint savor of the world to come: Sabbath, the sun and married love.
It is permissible to assign charity to the poor on the Sabbath.
The Sabbath and holidays are the primary reason for Jewish endurance and glory.
The Sabbaths are for rest and the festivals for joy, not for fasting and weeping and crying.
To eat and drink on a festival in the company of your family without providing for the poor and distressed, is not 'the joy of the commandment' but the joy of your stomach. It is a disgrace.
One should not ask about demons on the Sabbath.
Israel will be redeemed only for Sabbath's sake.
The Sabbath was delivered unto you, and not you unto the Sabbath.
The Sabbath was given for the study of the Torah.
The Sabbath is the Queen of the week.
A charity pledge may be taken even on Sabbath eve.