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Rabbi Shimon ben Elazar taught “Do not placate your fellow in the moment of his anger; do not comfort him while his dead lies before him; do not question him [about the details] of his vow at the moment he makes it; and do not seek to see him at the time of his degradation".

Just Leave Me Alone

Just Leave Me Alone

Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 4:18

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Just Leave Me Alone: Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 4:18

Rabbi Shimon ben Elazar taught “Do not placate your fellow in the moment of his anger; do not comfort him while his dead lies before him; do not question him [about the details] of his vow at the moment he makes it; and do not seek to see him at the time of his degradation".
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