Pliny the Younger Quote

It is a man's pleasures…which tell us most about his true worth, his moral excellence, and his self-control. No one is so dissolute that his occupations lack all semblance of seriousness; it is our leisure moments which betray us.


Panegyricus 82, 8

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It is a man's pleasures…which tell us most about his true worth, his moral excellence, and his self-control. No one is so dissolute that his...

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It is a man's pleasures…which tell us most about his true worth, his moral excellence, and his self-control. No one is so dissolute that his...

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It is a man's pleasures…which tell us most about his true worth, his moral excellence, and his self-control. No one is so dissolute that his...

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It is a man's pleasures…which tell us most about his true worth, his moral excellence, and his self-control. No one is so dissolute that his...