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Hesiod (~800 BC)
Greek didactic poet [more author details]
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It is best to do things systematically, since we are only human, and disorder is our worst enemy.
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Hesiod
Man's chiefest treasure is a sparing tongue.
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A bad neighbor is a misfortune, as much as a good one is a great blessing.
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Hesiod, Works and Days
Do not seek evil gains; evil gains are the equivalent of disaster.
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He harms himself who does harm to another, and the evil plan is most harmful to the planner.
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Observe due measure, for right timing is in all things the most important factor.
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Often an entire city has suffered because of an evil man.
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The dawn speeds a man on his journey, and speeds him too in his work.
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Showing quotations 1 to 8 of 8 total.
 
Showing quotations 1 to 8 of 8 total
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