He who forbids not sin when he may, commands it
Quote by Seneca
Fate leads the willing and drags along the unwilling.
Nothing is more dishonorable than an old man, heavy with years, who has no other...
It is the constant fault and inseparable evil quality of ambition, that it never looks...
To wish to be well is a part of becoming well
Four things does a reckless man gain who covets his neighbor's wife - demerit, an...
Laws do not persuade because they threaten
True wisdom consists in not departing from nature and in molding our conduct according to...
For greed, all nature is too little.
If you wish to be loved; Love!
He who does not prevent a crime when he can, encourages it.
Be harsh with yourself at times.
Abstinence is easier than temperance
A great step towards independence is good humored stomach
We should every night call ourselves to an account; What infirmity have I mastered today?...
Man at his birth is content with a little milk and a piece of flannel:...
Death's the discharge of our debt of sorrow
Economy is too late at the bottom of the purse
To paraphrase Winston Churchill, I did not take the oath I have just taken with...
The language of economics is seldom limpid, but in H Street they usually manage to...
It's called political economy because it is has nothing to do with either politics or...