Marcus Minucius Felix quotes

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There is no call for indignation or resentment at anyone whatsoever inquiring, holding,
or propounding views concerning the d
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You punish crimes committed, with us the thought of crime is a sin; you fear the voice of witness, we the sole voice of conscience ...
As on the highroad he who walks lightest walks with most ease, so on the journey of
life more happiness comes from lightening
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The body in the grave is like the tree in winter; they conceal their greenness under a show of dryness.... We too must wait for th ...
We do not preach great things but we live them.
Careless credulity makes them the prey of those they trusted; and then they repeat their
mistake by suspecting all alike.
The poor man is he who, having much, craves for more.
God cannot be seen: he is too bright for sight; nor grasped: he is too pure for touch; nor measured: for he is beyond all sense, i ...
Lust gratifies its flames in the chambers of the sacristans more often than in the houses of ill-fame.
With us justice is the true measure of religion.
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