If one begins all deeds well, it is likely that they will end well too.
Quote by Sophocles
There is no witness so terrible, no accuser so powerful as conscience which dwells within...
Without labor nothing prospers.
There are some who praise a man free from disease; to me no man who...
Whoever thinks that he alone has speech, or possesses speech or mind above others, when...
It is the task of a good man to help those in misfortune.
Alas, how quickly the gratitude owed to the dead flows off, how quick to be...
Don't you know that silence supports the accuser's charge?
Much speech is one thing, well-timed speech is another.
One who knows how to show and to accept kindness will be a friend better...
It's impossible to speak what it is not noble to do.
You win the victory when you yield to friends.
There is an ancient saying among men that you cannot thoroughly understand the life of...
Fortune cannot aid those who do nothing.
How sweet for those faring badly to forget their misfortunes even for a short time.
Silence gives the proper grace to women
For the wretched one night is like a thousand; for someone faring well death is...
The ideal condition would be, I admit, that men should be right by instinct; but...
An unexamined life is not worth living...
The fastest way to pass your own expectations is to add passion to your labor.
The saddest summary of a life contains three descriptions: could have, might have, and should...
Men shrink less from offending one who inspires love than one who inspires fear.