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"A man should not put all his money in one corner. " ~~ Genesis (Bereshit) R.
"Wealth is a pedigree to the man that lacks one." ~~ Mishle Chakhamim
"Men worry over the loss of their possessions, not over the loss of their years—which never return." ~~ Traditional Proverb
"Small coins make a large account." ~~ Talmud Yerushalmi, Sota
"Where wealth is your virtue, look below you and be thankful for your portion; where it is wisdom, look above you and know your shortcoming!" ~~ Midrash Shmuel
"When you die, you will take your sins to the grave with you and leave your money behind to your kin." ~~ Mivchar Hapeninim
"Everybody likes a kidder but nobody loans him money. " ~~ Arthur Miller
"You shall have just balances, just weights, a just ephah and a just hin. " ~~ Leviticus (Vayikra) 19:36
"Don’t listen to those who say, you taking too big a chance. Michelangelo would have painted the Sistine floor, and it would surely be rubbed out by today. " ~~ Neil Simon
"Just as the law against defrauding applies to buying and selling, so does it apply to the spoken word." ~~ Bava Metzia 4:10
"He who pays his debt adds to his capital." ~~ Traditional Proverb
"Cast no stone into the well that gives you water! " ~~ Numbers (Bamidbar) R.