It is easier to do many things than to do one thing continuously for a long time.
We must form our minds by reading deep rather than wide.
Our minds are like our stomachs they are whetted by the change of their food, and variety supplies both with fresh appetites.
The pretended admission of a fault on our part creates an excellent impression.
Those who wish to appear wise among fools among the wise seem foolish.
Satire is wholly ours. Satura tota nostra est
A liar must have a good memory. Mendacem oportet esse memorem
Without the assistance of natural capacity, rules and precepts are of no efficacy.