The six chapters of the Ethics of the Fathers are traditionally studied every
Shabbat afternoon between Passover and Rosh Hashanah.
The Hebrew title, Perki Avot, is literally translated as "Chapters of the
Fathers". This whole work is from the
Mishnah and deals with ethical and
moral principles. The reader will find each passage meaningful in today's
world, as it was in the day it was written.
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The Chabad Lubavitch version of the Ethics of the Fathers combines
various verses of Mishnah. A a cross-reference is provided in the HPLS
version to provide easy correlation to the corresponding verse in the
Chabad siddur.
Learn from the wisdom of our Fathers

This Hebrew Prayers Learning Series (HPLS) publication contains all six chapters of
the Ethics of the Fathers (
Perki-Avot) section of the Mishnah in HPLS Triple-Tier format. The
famous quote from our sage Hillel, from Chapter 1 Mishnah 14: He (Hillel) used to say: If I am
not for myself, who is for me? If I am only for myself, what am I?
And if not now when?

The HPLS Ethics of the Fathers measures 5 1/2 inches wide and 8 1/2 inches high.
Each facing page in the HPLS version has a flowing-English translation to
help in understanding the true meaning of the Mishnah.
Ethics of the Fathers - Perki Avot
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