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He who does not know how to be silent will not know how to speak.
AUSONIUS
He will live ill who does not know how to die well.
SENECA
One who does not know when to die, does not know how to live.
JOHN RUSKIN
Liberation for who does not have a shack and freedom for who does not know how to live is fatal.
ALIREZA SALEHI NEJAD
He who is taught to live upon little owes more to his father's wisdom than he who has a great deal l...
WILLIAM PENN
A man who says that he knows everything, does not know how to be meek.
BRANDITTES CHUA
He who lets time rule him will live the life of a slave.
JOHN ARTHORNE
He is a man, who is to be a man, the fruit is always present in the seed.
TERTULLIAN
Love is a growing, or full constant light,
And his first minute, after noon, is night.
JOHN DONNE
He who does not know how to look back at where he came from will never get to his destination.
JOSE RIZAL
He who does not know how to walk cannot climb a ladder.
VIKRANT PARSAI
He who does not know how to create should not know.
ANTONIO PORCHIA
He who will not reason, is a bigot; he who cannot is a fool; and he who dares not, is a slave.
SIR WILLIAM DRUMMOND (2)
He who will not reason is a bigot; he who cannot is a fool; and he who dares not is a slave
WILLIAM DRUMMOND
A person's worth is contingent upon who he is, not upon what he does, or how much he has. The worth ...
ALICE MARY HILTON
The illiterate of the future will not be the person who cannot read. It will be the person who does ...
ALVIN TOFFLER
He who will not reason, is a bigot; he who cannot is a fool; and he who dares not is a slave.
WILLIAM DRUMMOND
He who will not reason is a bigot; he who cannot is a fool; and he who dares not is a slave
WILLIAM DRUMMOND
The illiterate of the future will not be the person who cannot read. It will be the person who does...
ALVIN TOFFLER
There has never been a slave who did not choose to be a slave. Their choice may be between bondage a...
GEORGE R.R. MARTIN
He who will not reason is a bigot; he who cannot is a fool; and he who dares not is a slave.
SIR WILLIAM DRUMMOND
How lucky I am to have known somebody and something that saying goodbye to is so damned awful.
EVANS G. VALENS
How to be a Poet (to remind myself)

Make a place to sit down.
Sit down. Be quiet. <...
WENDELL BERRY
He who does not know how to give himself an account of three thousand years may remain in the dark, ...
JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE
Those who take lightly promises they make to those they love are people who find little lasting sati...
BRANDON SANDERSON
A coin is examined, and only after careful deliberation, given to a beggar, whereas a child is flung...
PETER WESSEL ZAPFFE
You cannot make a sinner into a saint by killing him. He who does not live as a saint here will neve...
CHARLES SPURGEON
If Glendower had not saved Gansey's life, he did not know who to thank, or who to be, or how to live...
MAGGIE STIEFVATER
If one has to jump a stream and knows how wide it is, he will not jump. If he does not know how wide...
PROVERB
Our characters never know who or what they will be dealing with on any given case. They live a life ...
JENSEN ACKLES
The person who does not know how to live while they are making a living is a poorer person after the...
JOSIAH GILBERT HOLLAND
Remember, man does not live on bread alone: sometimes he needs a little buttering up.
JOHN C. MAXWELL
In the land of Ingary where such things as seven-league boots and cloaks of invisibility really exis...
DIANA WYNNE JONES
All is mystery; but he is a slave who will not struggle to penetrate the dark veil
BENJAMIN DISRAELI
All is mystery; but he is a slave who will not struggle to penetrate the dark veil.
BENJAMIN DISRAELI
He who does not trust enough, Will not be trusted.
LAO TZU
He who studies books alone will know how things ought to be, and he who studies men will know how th...
CHARLES CALEB COLTON
Learn to stand for something in life otherwise you will fall for anything that comes along which is ...
EUGINIA HERLIHY
He who does not trust enough, Will not be trusted
LAO TZU
He who studies books alone will know how things ought to be, and he who studies men will know how th...
C. C. COLTON
All is mystery; but he is a slave who will not struggle to penetrate the dark veil.
BENJAMIN DISRAELI
Stairs to climb are difficult it takes time and effort and going down is easies job... what do I mea...
DEYTH BANGER
He who dares not (reason), is a slave.
WILLIAM DRUMMOND
A good traveller is one who does not know where he is going to, and a perfect traveller does not kno...
LIN YUTANG
He who has an opinion of his own, but depends upon the opinion and taste of others, is a slave.
KLOPSTOCK
A lonesome man on a rainy day who does not know how to read.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
He who knows does not speak.
He who speaks does not know.
LAO-TZU
For I look upon it, that he who does not mind his belly will hardly mind anything else.
SAMUEL JOHNSON
He who knows, does not speak. He who speaks, does not know.
LAO TZU
No man is sane who does not know how to be insane on proper occasions.
HENRY WARD BEECHER
No man is sane who does not know how to be insane on the proper occasions.
HENRY WARD BEECHER
When he who hears does not know what he who speaks means, and when he who speaks does not know what ...
VOLTAIRE
When he who hears does not know what he who speaks means, and when he who speaks does not know what ...
VOLTAIRE (FRANçOIS-MARIE AROUET)
He who can be, and therefore is, another's, and he who participates in reason enough to apprehen...
ARISTOTLE
Those who do not know how to live must make a merit of dying.
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
Those who do not know how to live must make a merit of dying
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
She who does not yet know how to walk cannot climb a ladder.
ETHIOPIAN PROVERB
A good traveler is one who does not know where he is going, and a perfect traveler does not know whe...
LIN YUTANG
A man who is without capital, and who, by prohibitions upon banking, is practically forbidden to hir...
LYSANDER SPOONER
For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a littl...
BIBLE
Carlyle said, "A lie cannot live"; it shows he did not know how to tell them.
MARK TWAIN
People live for eating,but I eat for survive
OM BENIWAL
People live for eating,but I eat for survive
OM BENIWAL
You can not change what happened or bring back the past. But you can change the future by being stro...
DR ANIL KUMAR SINHA
The experimenter who does not know what he is looking for will not understand what he finds
CLAUDE BERNARD
People themselves makes a lots of mistakes and still loves himself, and they never forget a single m...
OM BENIWAL
Today as always, men fall into two groups: slaves and free men. Whoever does not have two-thirds of ...
FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE
Once upon a time, I did not live in Shady Pines. Once upon a time, my name was not Alice. Once upon ...
ELIZABETH SCOTT
He who does not become familiar with nature through love will never know her.
KARL WILHELM FRIEDRICH SCHLEGEL
Growing up, when I was at live shows, I was always hoping someone would come out on stage and say, &...
JAMES BAY
As these images were going through my head, my breathing suddenly went still. I looked at Jamie, the...
NICHOLAS SPARKS
To be or not to be isn't the question. The question is how to prolong being.
TOM ROBBINS
I will never forget the vision of Jamie walking towards me.
NICHOLAS SPARKS
This is a world of compensation; and he who would be no slave must consent to have no slave. Those w...
ABRAHAM LINCOLN
To kill a mockingbird. If you haven't read it, I think you should because it is very interesting.
STEPHEN CHBOSKY
Eventually I came across another passage. This is what it said:
I am not commanding you, but I ...
NICHOLAS SPARKS
You don't have to learn much out of books, it's like if you want to learn about cows, you go milk on...
HARPER LEE
You can't really get to know a person until you get in their shoes and walk around in them.
HARPER LEE
There is not a man of us who does not at times need a helping hand to be stretched out to him, and t...
THEODORE ROOSEVELT
Goldman Sachs; they know who the president will be before he does.
ANTHONY T. HINCKS
Without self knowledge, without understanding the working and functions of his machine, man cannot b...
GEORGE GURDJIEFF
Who does not in some sort live to others, does not live much to himself.
MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE
He who does not reflect his life back to God in gratitude does not know himself.
ALBERT SCHWEITZER
If a man carries his horse out of a slave State into a free one, be does not lose his property inter...
BENJAMIN F. WADE
When people begin to define the things that they believe in, based upon the exclusion of all the thi...
C. JOYBELL C.
Never say a humorous thing to a man who does not possess humor. He will always use it in evidence ag...
HERBERT BEERBOHM TREE
The poor girl does not know how to have a conversation. Unfortunately, she does know how to speak.
WINSTON CHURCHILL
An unschooled man who knows how to meditate upon the Lord has learned far more than the man with the...
CHARLES STANLEY
Never say a humorous thing to a man who does not possess humor. He will always use it in evidence ag...
SIR HERBERT BEERBOHM TREE
Parents, teachers, government - they all teach you how to live the dreary , deadening life of a slav...
RYū MURAKAMI
Without self knowledge, without understanding the working and functions of his machine, man cannot b...
GURDJIEFF
Indeed he knows not how to know who knows not also how to un-know
RICHARD BURTON
One day a little chicken was being mocked by the other chickens,because she was small and they were ...
GARY F EVANS...
Indeed he knows not how to know who knows not also how to un-know.
RICHARD FRANCIS BURTON
The person who knows HOW will always have a job. The person who knows WHY will always be his boss.
ALANIS MORISSETTE
The person who knows how will always have a job. The person who knows why will always be his boss.
ALANIS MORISETTE
The person who knows "how" will always have a job. The person who knows "why" will always be his bo...
DIANE RAVITCH
The person who knows how will always have a job. The person who knows why will always be his boss.
ALANIS MORISETTE
Man is the one who desires, woman the one who is desired. This is woman's entire but decisive advant...
LEOPOLD VON SACHER-MASOCH
A very unwise man once said, “He who does not understand your silence will probably not understand...
SHANNON L. ALDER

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Pale Death beats equally at the poor man's gate and at the palaces of kings.
HORACE
The pen is the tongue of the mind.
HORACE
The envious man grows lean at the success of his neighbor.
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Tear thyself from delay.
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Many heroes lived before Agamemnon; but all are unknown and unwept, extinguished in everlasting nigh...
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You must avoid sloth, that wicked siren.
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Usually the modest person passes for someone reserved, the silent for a sullen person
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Life is largely a matter of expectation.
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When things are steep, remember to stay level-headed.
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Those who cross the sea change only the climate, not their character.
HORACE
My liver swells with bile difficult to repress.
HORACE
A good scare is worth more than good advice.
HORACE
Life gives nothing to man without labor.
HORACE
In the word of no master am I bound to believe.
HORACE
Punishment closely follows guilt as its companion.
HORACE
If you wish me to weep, you must first show grief yourself.
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Fortune makes a fool of those she favors too much.
HORACE
He who is greedy is always in want.
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In labouring to be concise, I become obscure.
HORACE
Mix a little foolishness with your prudence: It's good to be silly at the right moment.
HORACE
Youth is unduly busy with pampering the outer person.
HORACE
Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero.
Lat., Seize the day, put no trust in tomorrow. HORACE
One gains universal applause who mingles the useful with the agreeable, at once delighting and instr...
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Pale death with an impartial foot knocks at the hovels of the poor and the palaces of king.
HORACE
I shall not wholly die, and a great part of me will escape the grave.
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Does he council you better who bids you, Money, by right means, if you can: but by any means, make m...
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One wanders to the left, another to the right. Both are equally in error, but, are seduced by differ...
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Sweet and glorious it is to die for our country.
HORACE
That destructive siren, sloth, is ever to be avoided.
HORACE
The mountains will be in labor, and a ridiculous mouse will be born.
HORACE
Mix a little foolishness with your prudence: it's good to be silly at the right moment. (Odes, bk. 4...
HORACE
Rule your mind of it will rule you
HORACE
Virtue, dear friend, needs no defense, The surest guard is innocence: None knew, till guilt created ...
HORACE
The harder you fall, the higher you bounce.
HORACE
Only a stomach that rarely feels hungry scorns common things.
HORACE
What with your friend you nobly share; At least you rescue from your heir
HORACE
The musician who always plays on the same string is laughed at.
HORACE
Man learns more readily and remembers more willingly what excites his ridicule than what deserves e...
HORACE
It's a good thing to be foolishly gay once in a while.
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Pale death, with impartial step, knocks at the hut of the poor and the towers of kings.
HORACE
Ut haec ipsa qui non sentiat deorum vim habere is nihil omnino sensurus esse videatur."

I...
HORACE
I will love the sweetly laughing, sweetly chattering Lalage.
HORACE
Leave off asking what tomorrow will bring, and
whatever days fortune will give, count them
HORACE
Carpe diem."

(Odes: I.11)
HORACE
Time will bring to light whatever is hidden; it will cover up and conceal what is now shining in spl...
HORACE
It is a sweet and seemly thing to die for one's country.
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What do sad complaints avail if the offense is not cut down by punishment.
HORACE
Clogged with yesterday's excess, the body drags the mind down with it.
HORACE
A jest often decides matters of importance more effectual and happily than seriousness.
HORACE
Fortune makes a fool of those she favors too much.
HORACE
If a man's fortune does not fit him, it is like the shoe in the story; if too large it trips him up,...
HORACE
Who then is free? The wise man who can govern himself.
HORACE
He will be loved when dead, who was envied when he was living.
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He who has made it a practice to lie and deceive his father, will be the most daring in deceiving ot...
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Live as brave men and face adversity with stout hearts.
HORACE
Nothing's beautiful from every point of view.
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The avarice person is ever in want; let your desired aim have a fixed limit.
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What we learn only through the ears makes less impression upon our minds than what is presented to t...
HORACE
The power of daring anything their fancy suggest, as always been conceded to the painter and the poe...
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The envious man grows lean at the success of his neighbour.
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Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents, which in prosperous circumstances would have lain d...
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It is courage, courage, courage, that raises the blood of life to crimson splendor. Live bravely and...
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Carpe diem! Rejoice while you are alive; enjoy the day; live life to the fullest; make the most of w...
HORACE
No poems can please for long or live that are written by water drinkers.
HORACE
Think to yourself that every day is your last; the hour to which you do not look forward will come a...
HORACE
He who has begun has half done. Dare to be wise; begin!
HORACE
With silence favor me.
(Favete Linguis)
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There is a measure in everything. There are fixed limits beyond which and short of which right canno...
HORACE
If you wish me to weep, you must mourn first yourself.
HORACE
I will not add another word.
HORACE
Force without wisdom falls of its own weight.
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In peace, as a wise man, he should make suitable preparation for war.
HORACE
There is measure in all things.
HORACE
He has the deed half done who has made a beginning.
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One night awaits all, and death's path must be trodden once and for all.
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Caelum non animum mutant qui trans mare currunt.
(They change their sky, not their soul, who...
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A host is like a general: calamities often reveal his genius.
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The foolish are like ripples on water, For whatsoever they do is quickly effaced; But the righteous ...
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Alas, Postumus, Postumus, the fleeting years are slipping by.
HORACE
Seize the day, and put the least possible trust in tomorrow.
HORACE
Alas, Postumus, Postumus, the fleeting years are slipping by.
HORACE
The years as they come bring many agreeable things with them; As they go, they take many away
HORACE
O spring of Bandusia, brighter than glass.
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Rule your mind or it will rule you
HORACE
The ridiculous is more easily retained than the admirable
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But if you place me among the lyric bards, I shall touch the stars with my exalted head.
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Mix a little foolishness with your serious plans; it's lovely to be silly at the right moment
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The mountains will be in labor, and a ridiculous mouse will be born.
HORACE
Testy, querulous and given to praising the way things were when he was a boy.
HORACE
Dimidium facti qui coepit habet: sapere aude" ("He who has begun is half done: dare to know!").
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Choose a subject equal to your abilities; think carefully what your shoulders may refuse, and what t...
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Grammarians dispute, and the case is still before the courts.
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Let it not be published until the ninth year.
HORACE
Years, following years, steal something every day; At last they steal us from ourselves away.
HORACE
Usually the modest person passes for someone reserved, the silent for a sullen person.
HORACE
As crazy as hauling timber into the woods.
HORACE
Cease to inquire what the future has in store, and take as a gift whatever the day brings forth.
HORACE
What do I do? I've got chain saws, a tractor with a bucket and a backhoe,
HORACE
Let your literary compositions be kept from the public eye for nine years at least.
HORACE
Pulvis et umbra sumus. (We are but dust and shadow.)
HORACE
There is need of brevity, that the thought may run on
HORACE
Quidquid praecipies, esto brevis.

(Whatever advice you give, be brief.)
HORACE
What we read with pleasure we read again with pleasure.
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Begin, be bold, and venture to be wise.
HORACE
Why harass with eternal purposes a mind to weak to grasp them?
HORACE
Patience makes lighter
What sorrow may not heal.
HORACE
Your own safety is at stake when your neighbor's house is in flames.
HORACE
You may drive out nature with a pitchfork, yet she'll be constantly running back.
HORACE
While fools shun one set of faults they run into the opposite one.
HORACE
When a man is just and firm in his purpose,
The citizens burning to approve a wrong
Or the fro...
HORACE
To have a great man for a friend seems pleasant to those who have never tried it; those who have, fe...
HORACE
We are free to yield to truth.
HORACE
How great, my friends, is the virtue of living upon a little!
HORACE
Anger is a momentary madness, so control your passion or it will control you.
HORACE
Whatever advice you give, be short.
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No poems can please for long or live that are written by water-drinkers.
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I shall strike the stars with my unlifted head.
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This is a fault common to all singers, that among their friends they will never sing when they are a...
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Take away the danger and remove the restraint, and wayward nature runs free.
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If you would have me weep, you must first of all feel grief yourself.
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What fugitive from his country can also escape from himself.
HORACE
Suffering is but another name for the teaching of experience, which is the parent of instruction a...
HORACE
If you would have me weep, you must first of all feel grief yourself.
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Be ever on your guard what you say of anybody and to whom.
HORACE
When you introduce a moral lesson, let it be brief.
HORACE
The years as they pass plunder us of one thing after another.
HORACE
Make money, money by fair means if you can, if not, but any means money.
HORACE
Faults are soon copied.
HORACE
Many brave men lived before Agamemnon; but all are overwhelmed in eternal night, unwept, unknown, be...
HORACE
Life grants nothing to us mortals without hard work.
HORACE
Those that are little, little things suit.
HORACE
A portion of mankind take pride in their vices and pursue their purpose; many more waver between doi...
HORACE
Wisdom is not wisdom when it is derived from books alone.
HORACE
With you I should love to live, with you be ready to die.
HORACE
Whoever cultivates the golden mean avoids both the poverty of a hovel and the envy of a palace.
HORACE
Mediocrity is not allowed to poets, either by the gods or man.
HORACE
Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents, which in prosperous circumstances would have lain dor...
HORACE
It is the false shame of fools to try to conceal wounds that have not healed.
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Don't think, just do.
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He who postpones the hour of living is like the rustic who waits for the river to run out before he ...
HORACE
A shoe that is too large is apt to trip one, and when too small, to pinch the feet. So it is with th...
HORACE
O imitators, you slavish herd!
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We can do immediate neurosurgical head trauma. If your brain is swelling from bleeding, you don't ha...
HORACE
Black Care takes her seat behind the horseman.
HORACE
The cook cares not a bit for toil, toil, if the fowl be plump and fat
HORACE
It is of no consequence of what parents a man is born, so he be man of merit
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He is armed without who is innocent within, be this thy screen, and this thy wall of brass
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True friends appear less mov'd than counterfeit; As men that grieve at funerals are not so loud as t...
HORACE
Nothing is swifter than rumor.
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Fidelity is the sister of justice.
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Man learns more readily and remembers more willingly what excites his ridicule than what deserves es...
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Your own safety is at stake when your neighbor's house is ablaze
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The word once spoken flies beyond recall.
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It has always been lawful, and always will be, to issue words stamped with the mint-mark of the day
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Tomorrow we take our course once more over the mighty seas.
HORACE
Death's boatman takes no bribe
HORACE
Whoever prizes the golden mean.
HORACE
It is hard to utter common notions in an individual way
HORACE
The crowd of changeable citizens
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Suffering is but another name for the teaching of experience, which is the parent of instruction and...
HORACE
Remember when life's path is steep to keep your mind even.
HORACE
How does it happen, Maecenas, that no one is content with that lot of which he has chosen or which c...
HORACE
It is your business when the wall next door catches fire.
HORACE
Let us my friends snatch our opportunity from the passing day.
HORACE
Remember, when life's path is steep, to keep your mind even.
HORACE
Undeservedly you will atone for the sins of your fathers.
HORACE
A good and faithful judge ever prefers the honorable to the expedient.
HORACE
Who then is free? The one who wisely is lord of themselves, who neither poverty, death or captivity ...
HORACE
Mix a little foolishness with your serious plans. It is lovely to be silly at the right moment.
HORACE
Anger is short madness
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The one who prosperity takes too much delight in will be the most shocked by reverses.
HORACE
A heart well prepared for adversity in bad times hopes, and in good times fears for a change in fort...
HORACE
Poets wish to profit or to please.
HORACE
The man is either mad, or he is making verses.
HORACE
Nothing is too high for the daring of mortals: we storm heaven itself in our folly.
HORACE
I am not bound over to swear allegiance to any master; where the storm drives me I turn in for shelt...
HORACE
I teach that all men are mad.
HORACE
He who is upright in his way of life and free from sin.
HORACE
Gold will be slave or master.
HORACE
Let your character be kept up the very end, just as it began, and so be consistent.
HORACE
I strive to be brief, and I become obscure.
HORACE
In the midst of hopes and cares, of apprehensions and of disquietude, regard every day that dawns up...
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Vitanda est improba Siren Desidia. (That shameful Siren, sloth, is ever to be avoided.)
HORACE
In times of stress, be bold and valiant.
HORACE
To flee vice is the beginning of virtue, and to have got rid of folly is the beginning of wisdom.
HORACE
Once a word has been allowed to escape, it cannot be recalled.
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He wins every hand who mingles profit with pleasure.
HORACE
The appearance of right oft leads us wrong.
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Of writing well the source and fountainhead is wise thinking.
HORACE
It is not the rich man you should properly call happy, but him who knows how to use with wisdom the ...
HORACE
The disgrace of others often keeps tender minds from vice.
HORACE
It is of no consequence of what parents a man is born, as long as he be a man of merit.
HORACE
Seize the day, put no trust in the morrow!
[Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero.]
HORACE
Nothing's beautiful from every point of view.
HORACE
Rule your mind or it will rule you.
HORACE
Great effort is required to arrest decay and restore vigor. One must exercise proper deliberation, p...
HORACE
He who has begun has half done. Dare to be wise; begin.
HORACE
The poets aim is either to profit or to please, or to blend in one the delightful and the useful. Wh...
HORACE
Let your literary compositions be kept from the public eye for nine years.
HORACE
He has not lived badly whose birth and death has been unnoticed by the world.
HORACE