Menander Quotes

Nothing is more useful than silence.

On the fall of an oak, every man gathers wood.

For many reasons ’tis unwisely said – To know thyself; more profitable it is – To know thy neighbors!

He who labors diligently need never despair; for all things are accomplished by diligence and labor.

If you want to live your whole life free from pain you must become either a god or else a corpse. Consider other men’s troubles; that will comfort yours.

A handsome person, with perverted will, is a fine craft that’s handled without skill.

Bad company corrupts good character.