Cicero

106 - 43 BC

A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on intention

There is wickedness in the intention of wickedness, even though it be not perpetrated in the act.

Cicero (106 - 43 BC)

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on trouble

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Nothing troubles you for which you do not yearn.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero

There is no place more delightful than one's own fireplace.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on understanding

They condemn what they do not understand.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero

He does not seem to me to be a free man who does not sometimes do nothing.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on ability, education, glory, and virtue

Natural ability without education has more often raised a man to glory and virtue than education without natural ability.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on adversity, age, certainty, company, embarrassment, home, journeys, joy, life, prosperity, study, and youth

Other relaxations are peculiar to certain times, places and stages of life, but the study of letters is the nourishment of our youth, and the joy of our old age. They throw an additional splendor on prosperity, and are the resource and consolation of adversity; they delight at home, and are no embarrassment abroad; in short, they are company to us at night, our fellow travelers on a journey, and attendants in our rural recesses.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on character, shame, and study

Study carefully, the character of the one you recommend, lest their misconduct bring you shame.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on money

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Nothing is so strongly fortified that it cannot be taken by money.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on direction and reason

Reason should direct and appetite obey.

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