AVOT


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AVOTAmericans for Victory Over Terrorism
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Yet, you are not free to desist from it" (Rabbi Tarfon, Pirkei Avot 2:16, cited in Aune, 2010, "Prayer").
Job is also described as a hasid in Baba Batra 15b, but, in the Talmud of Eretz Yisrael Sotah 5:8, 20d, he is called a tzaddik: Obviously, the terms were often interchangeable (see Avot de Rabbi Nathan, ed.
Pirke Avot, Sayings of the Fathers, Tractate from Mishnah (traditional Jewish text) 200 CE
In this sense, his homage to the rabbis is evident: "Do not separate yourself from the community," Hillel counsels readers in Pirkei Avot (Ethics of the Fathers).
As its chair Bennett not only sees AVOT as the equivalent of the war's campus cheerleader, but he spits venom against the perceived lack of patriotism shown by the professoriat.
A Hebrew inscription from an early rabbinic treatise, Pirqe Avot, The Sayings of the Fathers, has been carved into the stone.
Returning to the AVOT poll, more than 70% of college students disagree--and 34% strongly disagree--that the values of the U.
Rava says that one who wishes to become pious should observe the principles contained in Avot, also known as Ethics of the Fathers, a tractate of the Talmud dealing with morals, ethics, and proper conduct.
Much like "Walking Together," a Kremlin-created group promoting Vladimir Putin's personality cult (see page 31), AVOT was created for the purpose of shouting down critics of President Bush.
73) Rava said that the way to reach this high level of ethics is to observe the principles contained in the Talmudic tractate of Avot (also known as Ethics of the Fathers).
Learn and Lunch With Rabbi Perry Netter of Temple Beth Am is a program focusing on Pirkei Avot, and will take place noon to 1 p.
1) Thus, Avot de-Rabbi Nathan (The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan, henceforth: ADRN) comments on the last phrase above:(2)