Jerusalem Talmud, Peah 1:1: Whether you have wealth or not, honor your parents.

Proverbs 31:28: Her children arise and praise her, her husband [arises] and he lauds her.

Berachot 17a: Try to always be on the best terms with your relatives and all men...that you may be beloved above and well-liked below.

Grace After Meals: May G-d bless me, my spouse, my children and all those who are seated here -  all of us and all that we have.

Yevamot 62b: One who loves his neighbor and brings his relatives, about him the Scripture says, 'You will call, and G-d will answer.'

Midrash HaGadol, Va'erah: Who will give you a brother like Moses and Aaron, who loves and cherished one another?  When Moses took the kingship and Aaron took the priesthood, they...were happy with each other's greatness.

Ethics of the Fathers 1:17: Shimon his son says: 'All my days I grew up amongst the wise men and I found nothing more pleasing to the body than silence.'

Genesis Rabbah 100:7: A society and a family are like a pile of stones.  If you remove one stone, the pile will collapse.  If you add a stone to it, it will stand.

Exodus 7:1: Aaron your brother shall be your spokesman.

Deuteronomy 15:7-8: You shall not harden your heart, nor avert your hand from your poor brother.  But you shall surely open your hand to him.

Sotah 31a: Greater is the one who acts out of love than the one who acts out of fear.

Ethics of the Fathers 5:20: Be as bold as a leopard, swift as the eagle, quick as the deer, mighty as the lion, to perform the will of your heavenly parent.

Psalms 133:1: Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brothers to dwell in unity!

Lamentations Rabbah 1:32: See how precious children are to G-d.

Betzah 32a: Jews are compassionate children of compassionate parents.

Midrash Tanchuma, Naso 1: All Israel are brothers and friends.

Sefer Hasidim, 589: All Jews are like mothers and fathers to each other, so they should look after and care for each other as if other Jews were their children.

Berachot 16b-17a: May it be Your will...that in our lot there dwell love and brotherhood, peace and friendship.

Leviticus Rabbah 2:8: Adam (Man) is an expression of love, brotherliness and friendship.

Isaiah 66:13: As one whom his mother comforts, so will I comfort you; and you shall be comforted in Jerusalem.

Judges 1:3: And Judah said unto Simeon...'Come up with me to my lot...and I likewise will go with thee into thy lot.'

Hinei Matov: How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in harmony.

Yehi Ratzon from Hadlakat Nerot: ...that You show favor to me and all my relatives...

Yom Shabbaton Zemer: This day is honored by the faithful ones who are scrupulous to safeguard it - parents and children.

Proverbs 20:11: Even a child is known by his doings...

Proverbs 27:11: My son, be wise, and make my heart glad...

Joel 1:3: Tell ye your children of it, and let your children tell their children, and their children another generation.

Exodus 20:12: Honor your father and mother.  You will then live long on the land that G-d your L-rd is giving you.

Proverbs 20:7: He that walketh in his integrity as a just man, happy are his children after him.

Jerusalem Talmud, Peah 1:1: To honor parents is more important even than to honor G-d.