11 Principles for a Holy Life (2,000 Years of Jewish Wisdom)

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The wisdom of the Holy Talmud, first compiled in the 4th century by Rabbis drawing from centuries of ancient wisdom, preserves in it the teachings, thoughts, traditions, laws and convictions of the Jewish people.

For many communities, it served as an important guide for daily life.

Read by Shane Morris
Source: Translations from The Talmud, Midrashim and Kabbala

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  1. How do you feel when shaming yourselves shaming the Gospel and shaming your heritage?

    • Only one race is allowed to be segregated, and our taxes pay for them 😉

    • I find it funny you whine simultaneously about “them” shaming the “gospel” and “your heritage”. the gospel is based on the teachings of a Jew living in Roman Occupied Judea. all apostles were Jews as well, as well as most Christians in the first 100 years after Christ… so either you accept the gospel which is heavily based on Jewish traditions and texts as “your heritage” or the gospel is outside your heritage. you can`t whine about both.

  2. “Remembrance, like a candle,
    burns stronger at
    – Charles Dickens.

  3. Thanks this instantly turned me into a well connected banker with my own private intel agency.

  4. “A Merry Christmas to
    A Happy New Year to
    All the World.”
    – Charles Dickens.

  5. “I have always thought of
    Christmas time . . . as
    A good time; a kind
    forgiving Charitable,
    pleasant time.”
    – Charles Dickens.

  6. ” Bless us Lord, this Christmas,
    With quietness of mind;
    Teach us to be patient and
    Always to be kind.”
    – Helen Steiner Rice.

  7. just a glimpse of the richness of jewish knowledge and wisdom. Thanks for this one!

  8. Shame in public and giving another a bad name is so prevalent in our society :/ Thank you for posting, reminds me of where I stand.

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