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Horace (Writer)

Life grants nothing to us mortals without hard work.
Horace work
Never despair...
Horace despair
Quamquam ridentem dicere verum quid vetat ? ut pueris olim dant crustula blandi doctores, elementa velint ut discere prima.
Horace men
What odds does it make to the man who lives within Nature's bounds, whether he ploughs a hundred acres or a thousand?
Horace man
Inde fit ut raro, qui se vixisse beatum dicat et exacto contentus tempore vita cedat uti conviva satur, reperire queamus.
Horace cat
Atqui si vitiis mediocribus ac mea paucis mendosa est natura, alioqui recta, velut si egregio inspersos reprehendas corpore naevos, si neque avaritiam neque sordes nec mala lustra obiciet vere quisquam mihi, purus et insons, ut me collaudem, si et vivo carus amicis... at hoc nunc laus illi debetur et a me gratia maior. nil me paeniteat sanum patris huius, eoque non, ut magna dolo factum negat esse suo pars, quod non ingenuos habeat clarosque parentis, sic me defendam.
Horace men
Nil sine magno vita labore dedit mortalibus.
Horace sin
In peace, as a wise man, he should make suitable preparation for war.
Horace war
I have made a monument more lasting than bronze.
Horace men
Nil desperandum...
Horace
Permitte divis cetera.
Horace
...dum loquimur, fugerit invida aetas: carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero.
Horace vida
O matre pulchra filia pulchrior
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Nunc est bibendum, nunc pede libero pulsanda tellus.
Horace end
Aequam memento rebus in arduis servare mentem.
Horace men
Auream quisquis mediocritatem diligit, tutus caret obsoleti sordibus tecti, caret invidenda sobrius aula.
Horace care
Si fractus illabatur orbis, impavidum ferient ruinae.
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Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori.
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Iustum et tenacem propositi virum non civium ardor prava iubentium, non vultus instantis tyranni mente quatit solida.
Horace men
Vis consili expers mole ruit sua.
Horace
Magnus inter opes inops.
Horace
Ille potens sui laetusque deget, cui licet in diem dixisse "vixi: cras vel atra nube polum pater occupato vel sole puro."
Horace die
Exegi monumentum aere perennius
Horace men
Pulvis et umbra sumus.
Horace
Vixere fortes ante Agamemnona. Brave men were living before Agamemnon.
Horace men
I am not bound over to swear allegiance to any master; where the storm drives me I turn in for shelter.
Horace
To flee vice is the beginning of virtue, and to have got rid of folly is the beginning of wisdom.
Horace wisdom
He who has begun has half done. Dare to be wise; begin!
Horace wise
Nullius addictus iurare in verba magistri, quo me cumque rapit tempestas, deferor hospes.
Horace
Virtus est vitium fugere et sapientia prima stultitia caruisse.
Horace
Nos numerus sumus et fruges consumere nati.
Horace
Dimidium facti qui coepit habet; sapere aude; incipe!
Horace fact
Semper avarus eget.
Horace
Ira furor brevis est: animum rege: qui nisi paret imperat.
Horace
Omnem crede diem tibi diluxisse supremum. grata superveniet, quae non sperabitur hora.
Horace die
Me pinguem et nitidum bene curata cute vises, cum ridere voles Epicuri de grege porcum.
Horace cute
Naturam expellas furca, tamen usque recurret.
Horace men
Caelum, non animum mutant, qui trans mare currunt.
Horace
Pauper enim non est, cui rerum suppetit usus. si ventri bene, si lateri est pedibusque tuis, nil divitiae poterunt regales addere maius.
Horace
Quid velit et possit rerum concordia discors
Horace
Nam neque divitibus contingunt gaudia solis, nec vixit male, qui natus moriensque fefellit.
Horace
Sedit qui timuit ne non succederet.
Horace
Semel emissum volat irrevocabile verbum.
Horace
Qualem commendes, etiam atque etiam aspice, ne mox incutiant aliena tibi peccata pudorem.
Horace men
Nam tua res agitur, paries cum proximus ardet.
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Graecia capta ferum victorem cepit et artes intulit agresti Latio.
Horace art
Singula de nobis anni praedantur euntes.
Horace sin
Natales grate numeras?
Horace
The mountains will be in labor, and a ridiculous mouse will be brought forth.
Horace will
Inceptis gravibus plerumque et magna professis purpureus, late qui splendeat, unus et alter adsuitur pannus.
Horace end
Brevis esse laboro, obscurus fio.
Horace
Si vis me flere, dolendum est primum ipsi tibi.
Horace end
Difficile est proprie communia dicere.
Horace
Parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus.
Horace art
Grais ingenium, Grais dedit ore rotundo Musa loqui, pr
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Omne tulit punctum qui miscuit utile dulci, lectorem delectando pariterque monendo.
Horace end
Indignor quandoque bonus dormitat Homerus;
Horace home
A picture is a poem without words.
Horace words
Mix a little foolishness with your serious plans. It is lovely to be silly at the right moment.
Horace love
Remember when life's path is steep to keep your mind even.
Horace life
Your own safety is at stake when your neighbor's wall is ablaze.
Horace you
Seize the day, and put the least possible trust in tomorrow.
Horace trust
What we learn only through the ears makes less impression upon our minds than what is presented to the trustworthy eye.
Horace mind
Life is largely a matter of expectation.
Horace life
It is the false shame of fools to try to conceal wounds that have not healed.
Horace shame
Always keep your composure. You can't score from the penalty box; and to win, you have to score.
Horace you
A heart well prepared for adversity in bad times hopes, and in good times fears for a change in fortune.
Horace hope
The foolish are like ripples on water, For whatsoever they do is quickly effaced; But the righteous are like carvings upon stone, For their smallest act is durable.
Horace water
Pale Death beats equally at the poor man's gate and at the palaces of kings.
Horace man
Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents, which in prosperous circumstances would have lain dormant.
Horace man
Why do you hasten to remove anything which hurts your eye, while if something affects your soul you postpone the cure until next year?
Horace soul
Usually the modest person passes for someone reserved, the silent for a sullen person.
Horace person
We rarely find anyone who can say he has lived a happy life, and who, content with his life, can retire from the world like a satisfied guest.
Horace life
The one who cannot restrain their anger will wish undone, what their temper and irritation prompted them to do.
Horace anger
Great effort is required to arrest decay and restore vigor. One must exercise proper deliberation, plan carefully before making a move, and be alert in guarding against relapse following a renaissance.
Horace win
The pen is the tongue of the mind.
Horace mind
He who postpones the hour of living is like the rustic who waits for the river to run out before he crosses.
Horace living
Cease to inquire what the future has in store, and take as a gift whatever the day brings forth.
Horace future
Wisdom is not wisdom when it is derived from books alone.
Horace wisdom
Adversity reveals genius, prosperity conceals it.
Horace genius
It is courage, courage, courage, that raises the blood of life to crimson splendor. Live bravely and present a brave front to adversity.
Horace life
Whatever advice you give, be brief.
Horace advice
Nequiquam deus abscidit Prudens Oceano dissociabili Terras, si tamen impiae Non tangenda rates transiliunt vada.In vain did Natures wife command Divide the waters from the land, If daring ships and men profane, Invade th inviolable main. Book I, ode iii, line 21 trans. by John Dryden.
Horace nature
Mediocribus esse poetis Non homines, non di, non concessere columnae.Mediocrity in poets has never been tolerated by either men, or gods, or booksellers. Lines 372-373
Horace god
To save a mans life against his will is the same as killing him.
Horace life
Ars longa, vita brevis.Art is long, life is short. Senecas De Brevitate Vitae, 1.1 Latin translation of the Greek by Hippocrates.
Horace life
As for me, when you want a good laugh, you will find me in fine state fat and sleek, a true hog of Epicurus herd.
Horace good
Singula de nobis anni praedantur euntes.The years as they pass plunder us of one thing after another. Book II, epistle ii, line 55.
Horace book
The secret of all good writing is sound judgment.
Horace writing
To have a great man for a friend seems pleasant to those who have never tried it; those who have, fear it.
Horace fear
Nam tua res agitur, paries cum proximus ardet.It is your concern when your neighbors wall is on fire. Book I, epistle xviii, line 84.
Horace book
Si fractus illabatur orbis, impavidum ferient ruinae.If the world should break and fall on him, it would strike him fearless. Book III, ode iii, line 7.
Horace fear
1 Quotes1.1 Satires c. 35 BC and 30 BC 1.2 Odes c. 23 BC and 13 BC 1.3 Epistles c. 20 BC and 14 BC 1.4 Ars Poetica, or The Epistle to the Pisones c. 18 BC
Horace quotes
Adclinis falsis animus meliora recusat.The mind enamored with deceptive things, declines things better.Book II, satire ii, line 6
Horace mind
Dum licet, in rebus jucundis vive beatus; Vive memor quam sis aevi brevis.Then take, good sir, your pleasure while you may; With life so short twere wrong to lose a day. Book II, satire viii, line 96 trans. Conington.
Horace life
He wins every hand who mingles profit with pleasure, by delighting and instructing the reader at the same time.
Horace time
Ille potens sui laetusque deget, cui licet in diem dixisse vixi: cras vel atra nube polum pater occupato vel sole puro.He will through life be master of himself and a happy man who from day to day can have said, I have lived: tomorrow the Father may fill the sky with black clouds or with cloudless sunshine. Book III, ode xxix, line 41.Cf. Drydens paraphrase: Happy the man, and happy he alone, He, who can call to day his own: He who, secure within, can say, To-morrow do thy worst, for I have lived to-day.
Horace life
Ira furor brevis est: animum rege: qui nisi paret imperat.Anger is a momentary madness so control your passion or it will control you. Book I, epistle ii, line 62.
Horace passion
Nec satis apparet, cur versus factitet.None knows the reason why this curse Was sent on him, this love of making verse. Line 470 trans. Conington.
Horace love
Scribendi recte sapere est et principium et fons.To have good sense, is the first principle and fountain of writing well.Line 309.
Horace writing

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