(342-291 B. C), Greek dramatist and poet
Evil communications corrupt good manners.
Whoever blushes seems to be good.
To live is not to live for one's self alone; let us help one another.
He that lends an easy and credulous ear to calumny, is either a man of very ill morals, or he has no more sense and understanding than a child.
He that is conscious of crime, however bold by nature, becomes a coward.
Men are taught virtue and a love of independence, by living in the country.
A daughter is an embarrassing and ticklish possession.
He whom the gods love, dies young.
He who labors diligently need never despair; for all things are accomplished by diligence and labor.
The man who cannot blush, and who has no feelings of fear, has reached the acme of impudence.
"Know thyself " means this, that you get acquainted with what you know, and what you can do.
In many things it is not well to say, "Know thyself"; it is better to say, "Know others."
Man must be prepared for every event of life, for there is nothing that is durable.