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(1135-1204) born on
Mar 30
Jewish philosopher, jurist, physician. He was one of the foremost intellectual figures of medieval Judaism; wrote "Guide to the Perplexed."
Medical practice is not knitting and weaving and the labor of the hands, but it must be inspired with soul and be filled with understanding and equipped with the gift of keen observation . . .

The soul is subject to health and disease, just as is the body. The health and disease of both . . . undoubtedly depend upon beliefs and customs, which are peculiar to mankind.
The risk of a wrong decision is preferable to the terror of indecision.
Teach thy tongue to say "I do not know," and thou shalt progress.
Anticipate charity by preventing poverty.
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