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|OVID — Ad Liviam. 449. Adapted probably from ALBINOVANUS PEDO, |
contemporary poet with Ovid. 8 Ipse decor, recti facti si prsemia desint, Non
movet. Men do not value a good deed unless it brings a reward. OVID— Epistohe
Ex Ponto. II.
|Shakespeare. Deeds survive the doers. — Horace Mann. The gods see the |
deeds of the righteous. — Ovid. Give me the ready hand rather lhan the ready
tongue. — Garibaldi. Men do not value a good deed unless it brings a reward. —
|(Roman) Reward, Rewards Great praise is the reward of children who respect |
the wishes of their parents. (Roman) He is the best gentleman, who is the son of
his own deserts. (Roman) Men do not value a good deed unless it brings a
|Men do not value a geod deed unless it brings a reward—Ovid. “He wishes well” |
is worthless, un— less the deed go with it.—Plautus. Great things are not
accomplished by idle dreams, but by years of patient study.—Aughey.
Contemplation is ...
|We never know the worth of water until the well is dry. (English proverb) Earlier |
chapters showed how biodiversity provides ecosystem services that benefit
people locally, nationally ... Men do not value a good deed unless it brings a
|intret amicitice nomine tectus amor is demum miser est, cujus nobilitas intret |
amicitiae nomine tectus amor: love will enter ... recti facti si praemia desint, non
movet: men do not value a good deed unless it brings a reward (Ovid) ipse fecit
|-Ovid Let your hook always be cast. In the pool where you least expect it, will be a |
fish. -Ovid Men do not value a good deed unless it brings a reward. -Ovid How
little is the promise of the child fulfilled in the man. A horse never runs so fast as ...
|In the pool where you least expect it, will be a fish. -Ovid Men do not value a good |
deed unless it brings a reward. -Ovid The odds of hitting your target go up
dramatically when you aim at it. - Pancoast, Mal Act like you expect to get into the
|(Greek) Deeds are males, words are females. (Italian) Many things, base in the |
doing, please when done. (Latin) Men do not value a good deed unless it brings
a reward. (Latin) No deed that sets an example of evil brings joy to the doer.
|'Y-Iey, tbere's Sara, padding ber college—entrance re'suméI” © Edward Koren/|
The New Yorker Collection/www.cartoonbankcom "MEN DO NOT VALUE A
GOOD DEED UNLESS IT BRINGS A REWARD." —OVID, EPISTULAE EX