18 Quotations Found
Great is the pain of bringing up sons,
and greater of bringing up daughters.
There is nobody as wise as a whipped dog.
A pretty daughter is worth half the dowry.
It is hard to be a Jew.
Even the luckless need some luck.
Adam was the luckiest of men:
he had no mother-in-law.
When partners multiply, so do arguments.
It is not the sin that drives one crazy
the the desire to sin.
If a horse with four legs can sometimes stumble,
how much more a man with only one tongue!
There is no man who has not his own pack of troubles.
You don't have to be big to be great.
Every Jew must either give or take charity for Passover.
It is hard to raise sons; and much harder to raise daughters.
Men make mistakes not because they think they know when they do not know, but because they think others do not know.
Gossip: nature's telephone.
Life is a dream for the wise, a game for the fool, comedy for the rich, a tragedy for the poor.
Little troubles are really not so bad---for someone else.
A kind word is no substitute for a piece of herring or a bag of oats.