Life is not merely to be alive, but to be well.
If fame is to come only after death, I am in no hurry for it.
Tomorrow's life is too late. Live today.
He who weighs his burdens, can bear them.
Spare the person but lash the vice.
Believing hear, what you deserve to hear:
Your birthday as my own to me is dear...
But yours gives most; for mine did only lend
Me to the world; yours gave to me a friend.
Givers of great dinners know few enemies.
The face that cannot smile is never fair.
To have nothing is not poverty.
[Lat., Non est paupertas, Nestor, habere nihil.]
Wine and women bring misery.
Every epigram should resemble a bee; it should have sting, honey, and brevity.
You ask what a nice girl will do? She won't give an inch, but she won't say no.
Fortune gives too much to many, enough to none.
You admire, Vacerra, only the poets of old and praise only those who are dead. Pardon me, I beseech you, Vacerra, if I think death too high a price to pay for your praise.
Gifts are like fish-hooks; for who is not aware that the greedy char is deceived by the fly which he swallows?
Virtue extends our days: he lives two lives who relives his past with pleasure.
To the ashes of the dead glory comes too late.
Genuine is the sorrow endured without anyone else knowing about it.
It is feeling and force of imagination that make us eloquent.
Some good, some so-so, and lots plain bad: that's how a book of poems is made, my Friend.
If fame comes after death, I'm in no hurry for it.
[Lat., Si post fata venit gloria non propero.]
A vagrant is everywhere at home.
A man who lives everywhere lives nowhere.
It is as good as second life to be able to look back upon our past life with pleasure
Conceal a flaw, and the world will imagine the worst.
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