Luck is of little moment to the great general, for it is under the control of his intellect and his judgment.
Quote by Titus Livius
Titus Livius Quotes
Fortune blinds men when she does not wish them to withstand the violence of her...
He will have true glory who despises it.
Men are slower to recognize blessings than misfortunes.
Truth, they say, is but too often in difficulties, but is never finally suppressed.
There is nothing that is more often clothed in an attractive garb than a false...
Toil and pleasure, dissimilar in nature, are nevertheless united by a certain natural bond.
There are laws for peace as well as war.
No crime can ever be defended on rational grounds.
There is always more spirit in attack than in defence.
Men are only clever at shifting blame from their own shoulders to those of others.
Many difficulties which nature throws in our way, may be smoothed away by the exercise...
This above all makes history useful and desirable; it unfolds before our eyes a glorious...
We can endure neither our vices nor the remedies for them.
Nowhere are our calculations more frequently upset than in war.
Resistance to criminal rashness comes better late than never.
There is nothing worse than being ashamed of parsimony or poverty.
From abundance springs satiety.
It is better that a guilty man should not be brought to trial than that...
Temerity is not always successful.
The troubles which have come upon us always seem more serious than those which are...