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

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.

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

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.

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.\'

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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.\'

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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