Bion

c.325 - c.255 BC

A Quote by Bion on age

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Old age is the harbor of all ills.

Bion (c.325 - c.255 BC)

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A Quote by Bion on travel

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The road to Hades is easy to travel.

Bion (c.325 - c.255 BC)

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A Quote by Bion on death and sports

Though boys throw stones at frogs in sport, the frogs do not die in sport, but in earnest.

Bion (c.325 - c.255 BC)

Source: Bion, from Plutarch, Water and Land Animals

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A Quote by Bion on business and wealth

Wealth is the sinews of affairs. (business transactions)

Bion (c.325 - c.255 BC)

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A Quote by Bion on death and life

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The end of a dissolute life is a desperate death.

Bion (c.325 - c.255 BC)

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A Quote by Bion on fortune

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He has not acquired a fortune, the fortune has acquired him.

Bion (c.325 - c.255 BC)

Contributed by: Zaady

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