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The foolish man lies awake all night
Thinking of his many problems;
When the morning comes he is worn out
And his trouble is just as it was.
Once harm has been done, even a fool understands it.
The Iliad Homer
Primus in orbe deos fecit timor.
Let no one think of me that I am humble or weak or passive; let them understand I am of a different kind: dangerous to my enemies, loyal to my friends. To such a life glory belongs.
Death is better, a milder fate than tyranny.
Truly, to tell lies is not honorable;
but when the truth entails tremendous ruin,
To speak dishonorably is pardonable.
The fault, dear Brutus, lies not in our stars, but in ourselves if we are underlings.
He who kills a man kills a reasonable creature, but he who destroys a good book kills reason itself.
It is never too late with us, so long as we are aware of our faults and bear them impatiently.
What is allowed us is disagreeable, what is denied us causes us intense desire.
From a little spark may burst a flame.
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