The day, water, sun, moon, night . . . I do not have to purchase these things with money.
Titus Maccius Plautus (c.254 - c.184 BC)
Contributed by: Zaady
Nam curiosus nemo est, quin sit malevolus. For nobody is curious, who isn't malevolent.
"He means well" is useless unless he does well.
There are occasions when it is undoubtedly better to incur loss than to make gain.
If you are content, you have enough to live comfortably.
Courage in danger is half the battle.
Flame follows smoke. -Flamma fumo est proxima
If I can only keep my good name, I shall have riches enough.
A mouse does not rely on just one hole. -Mus uni non fidit antro
It wasn't for nothing that the raven was just now croaking on my left hand.
Source: Aulularia, act iv. sc. 3.
Copyright © 2014 Gaiam, Inc.