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|EATING GOOD— OVEREATING NOT GOOD There are foods that are bad for you |
and foods that are good for you. ... down to eat with a ruler, consider carefully
what is before you; and put a knife to your throat if you are a man given to
|met by a certain old man who said to him: “Put a knife to your throat, if you are a |
man given to appetite” (Prov 23:2). Whereupon R. Simeon b. Eleazar returned
and reported the matter to R. Meir who thereupon proscribed them. Why?
|26 be not thou one of them that strike hands, Or of them that are sureties for debts|
. ... to eat with a ruler, Consider diligently what is before thee: 2And put a knife to
thy throat, If thou be a man given to appetite. ... your ear and hear the words of the
wise, And apply your heart to my knowledge; 18 For it is a pleasant thing if you ...
|9 Do not speak in the hearing of a fool, 29 Do you see a man who excels in his |
work? He will stand ... 3 Do not desire his delicacies, For they are deceptive food.
... The Bible says, “Put a knife to your throat if you are a man given to appetite.
|The waitress asked How many pieces do you want your pie cut? Yogi responded, |
Four. I don't think I could eat eight. - Berra, Yogi Put a knife to thy throat, if you're a
man given to appetite. - Bible Man shall not live by bread alone. - Bible Edible ...
|I lHAPTER 23 Our young man has been attending the school of wisdom for quite |
some time now. I think we will have a graduation ceremony soon. When thou
sittest to eat with a ruler, consider diligently what is before thee: And put a knife to
thy throat, if thou be a man given to appetite. ... a pig of yourself when you are
invited out to eat—especially if you are invited to a place that serves you gourmet
|Can a rational being sincerely believe that a road which leads to a certain place, |
if pursued, will lead him to a different and ... sense, he should sincerely think that
black was white, and white black, are they so ? ... When thou fittest to eat with a
ruler, consider diligently what is besore thee, and put a knife to thy throat, if thou
be a' man given to appetite." That is, consider where you are, and the temptation
you are under to act an unbecoming and gluttonous part, and curb your appetite,
|Solomon's house to his " industrious" habits.1 But when a man " serves the Lord |
in fervency of spirit,"* faithfully occupying his own talent for the day of ... When
thou sittest to eat with a ruler, consider diligently what is before thee: 2. and put a
knife to thy throat, if thou be a man given to appetite. 3. ... Think where you are —
what is the besetting temptation — what impression your conduct is likely to make
|He was met by a certain old man who said to him: "Put a knife to your throat, if |
you are a man given to appetite" (Prov. 23:2, meaning if you are an observant
Jew, abstain from using non-Jewish, Cuthean wine). Thereupon the Gemara
|You must become vigilant in identifying and eradicating the areas of your life that |
were out of control. ... Appetites. Proverbs 23:2 says, “And put a knife to thy throat,
if you are a man given to appetite.” 3. Speaking. Proverbs 25:28 says, “As a city ...