Aesop

620 - 560 BC

A Quote by Aesop on destruction and enemies

The shaft of the arrow had been feathered with one of the eagle's own plumes. We often give our enemies the means of our own destruction.

Aesop (620 - 560 BC)

Source: The Eagle And The Arrow

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A Quote by Aesop on advice and distrust

Distrust interested advice.

Aesop (620 - 560 BC)

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A Quote by Aesop on advice, difficulty, and trust

Never trust the advice of a man in difficulties.

Aesop (620 - 560 BC)

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A Quote by Aesop on prudence

Affairs are easier of entrance than of exit; and it is but common prudence to see our way out before we venture in.

Aesop (620 - 560 BC)

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A Quote by Aesop

Appearances often are deceiving.

Aesop (620 - 560 BC)

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A Quote by Aesop on principles

He that always gives way to others will end in having no principles of his own.

Aesop (620 - 560 BC)

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A Quote by Aesop

Better be wise by the misfortunes of others than by your own.

Aesop (620 - 560 BC)

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A Quote by Aesop on birds

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It is not only fine feathers that make fine birds.

Aesop (620 - 560 BC)

Source: The Jay and the Peacock

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A Quote by Aesop on conceit and destruction

Self conceit may lead to self destruction.

Aesop (620 - 560 BC)

Source: The Frog and the Ox

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A Quote by Aesop on contentment

Be content with your lot; one cannot be first in everything.

Aesop (620 - 560 BC)

Source: Juno And The Peacock

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