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Markahan Halakha/Makabi Code

Mr. Samuel said, "as it is forbidden to pass from Palestine to Babylon, Babylon must not pass in [to] other countries," then this rule is for those of us in Babylon, especially Seleucia and certainly of the Academy and [those] acquiring of academic [education at] Aden.

Always be humble.

Always be gentle.

Always be unselfish.

Always be prepared to subordinate your interests to those of the community.

Mr. Samuel said, "One can not absolve oneself [from] the community, but should seek the interests of the community."

Always behave yourself right. Evidence of misconduct is an offence under the law.

Always help your fellow man at [the] first signs of approaching problems, to prevent them, rather than waiting until [he] is in real distress.

An orphan is a child of each person and each person, [whether] a judge, a doctor or lawyer, is the father of all orphans.

You can not cancel the loan taken from [an] orphan, even in [the] Beshmita.

When the supply is limited, and demand is high, and [produce] rising prices and profits, [do] not make any profit off the poor. Sell [to] them, as if [there was an] unlimited supply and demand is low. Remember a low price paid by the many, [is] often worth a higher price paid by the less.

Remember Joseph in [the] land of Egypt, [to] Pharaoh recommended in [the] time of plenty, store, to satisfy [in the] time of lack, so it was, that the poor brother[s of Joseph] were also blessed.

Kindness and giving while it is less profitable in this world, is most profitable in the next world.

Your profit made from selling [to] your neighbor does not have to be the equivalent of your tithing. Because you're not God. If you [are] like this one, [you] do not give Him anything, and these, you profit from over, would give him double. The interest of Mr. Samuel is a [sixth] and I agree, but I would suggest even a fifth.

Always be humble.

Always be honest.

Always respect others;

Especially those, rich or...


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