What men dislike is to be orphans, to have little





What men dislike is to be orphans, to have little virtue, to be as
carriages without naves; and yet these are the designations which

kings and princes use for themselves So it is that some things are

increased by being diminished, and others are diminished by being

increased





What makes a great state is its being (like) a What other men (thus) teach, I also teach The facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Feedback