Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero (Seize the day, put no trust in tomorrow)
Horatius (65 - 8 BC)
Source: Ars Poetica, v. 102; Hoarce (Odes, I.xi.1)
Contributed by: Zaady
Who has courage to say no again and again to desires, to despise the objects of ambition, who is a whole in himself, smoothed and rounded.
He's happy who, far away from business, like the races of men of old, tills his ancestral fields with his own oxen, unbound by any interest to pay.
Splendidly false. -Splendide mendax
It is sweet to relax at the proper time. -Dulce est desipere in loco
A word once let out of the cage cannot be whistled back again.
What forbids a laughing man from telling the truth? -Ridentem dicere verum quid vetat?
It is of no consequence of what parents a man is born, so he be a man of merit.
Unaffected by manners. -Simplex munditiis
Maecenas, born of monarch ancestors -Maecenas atavis edite regibus
Source: Odes, I.1
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