"Only a stomach that rarely feels hungry scorns common things." - Horace

"We set up harsh and unkind rules against ourselves. No one is born without faults. That man is best who has fewest." - Horace

"Acquittal of the guilty damns the judge." - Horace

"Better to accept whatever happens." - Horace

"I teach that all men are mad." - Horace

"Well begun is half done." - Horace

"In Rome you long for the country. In the country you praise to the skies the distant town." - Horace

"Live mindful of how brief your life is." - Horace

"He who begun has half done. Dare to be wise; begin." - Horace

"The man is either mad or he is making verses." - Horace

"Fools, through false shame, conceal their open wounds." - Horace

"Whatever advice you give, be short." - Horace

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