Judge of a tree by its fruit, not by its leaves.
Freedom is a clear conscience.
Pleasures are transient, honors are immortal.
Practice is everything. This is often misquoted as Practice makes perfect.
He who has once made himself notorious as utterly unprincipled, is not credited even when he speaks the truth.
Be moderate in prosperity, prudent in adversity.
However exalted our position, we should still not despise the powers of the humble.
He who assists the wicked will in time rue it.
He who trusts himself for safety to the care of a wicked man, in seeking succor meets with ruin.
Democracy is better than tyranny.
The useful and the beautiful are never separated.
Nothing is impossible to industry (fortitude).
The saying, "Practice is everything," is Periander's.
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