Juvenal (Decimus Junius Juvenalis) Quotes

What man have you ever seen who as content with one crime only.

No guilty man is acquitted at the bar of his own conscience.

There’s nothing costs a man less than his son.

‘Tis unto children most respect is due.

Let nothing which is disgraceful to be spoken of, or to be seen, approach this place where a child is.

The blind envy the one-eyed.

Avarice increases with the increasing pile of gold.

We deem those happy who from the experience of life have learned to bear its ills, without being overcome by them.

Trust me, no tortures which the poets feign, can match the fierce, the unutterable pain, he feels, who night and day, devoid of rest, carries his own accuser in his breast.

No one shall be a thief with me as his helper.