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One who guards his mouth and tongue, guards his soul from tribulations.
Which man desires life, which loves days of seeing good? Guard your tongue from evil and your lips from speaking deceit.
A causeless curse will rebound on its utterer in the end.
A fool's mouth is his ruin
and his lips are a snare to himself.
A man speaks only what he ponders in his heart.
A word fitly spoken is as apples of gold in a setting of silver.
Be not boastful in your speech!
Condemn not your fellow until you stand in his place!
Did we realize the inner meaning of each word we utter, our time would suffice for but a few words.
Do not scoff at your fellow's error!
First investigate, then rebuke!
For him that talks obscenely hell will be deepened.
How much easier it is to be critical than to be correct.
Slander is worse than idolatry.
If you hear an evil thing, bury it seven cubits deep!
Jealousy has a thousand eyes,
yet none sees properly.
Whoso remembers the blemishes of others is the one himself blemished.
One lie begets another.
Praising the wicked is wrong.
Put no other to shame
and you will not be put to shame yourself.
A bird you set free you may catch again, but a word that escapes your lips will not return.
Curses curse their utterers.
Let your ears hear what your lips speak!
Don't gossip about the children of others while yours are still growing up.
Never rebuke a man in such a way as to shame him in public.