'T is true, 't is certain; man though dead retains Part of himself: the immortal mind remains.
Homer (c. 850 BC -)
Source: The Iliad, Book xxiii, Line 122
Contributed by: Zaady
Injustice, swift, erect, and unconfin'd, Sweeps the wide earth, and tramples o'er mankind.
Source: The Iliad, Book ix, Line 628
To labour is the lot of man below; And when Jove gave us life, he gave us woe.
Source: The Iliad, Book x, Line 78
As leaves on the trees, such is the life of man.
How God ever brings like to like.
Always to be best, and distinguished above the rest.
Source: The Iliad
Forgetful youth! but know, the Power above With ease can save each object of his love; Wide as his will extends his boundless grace.
Source: The Odyssey, Book iii, Line 285
Yet taught by time, my heart has learn'd to glow For others' good, and melt at others' woe.
Source: The Odyssey, Book xviii, Line 269
And what he greatly thought, he nobly dared.
One omen is best, to fight in defense of one's country.
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