He was born in Cordoba, Spain.
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Artes serviunt vitae, sapientia imperat - The arts provide a service to life, wisdom governs it Philosophical Term - SenecaLetters to Lucilius, 85, 32 Athenea fuerunt lumen orbis - Athens was the torch's world Seneca Aut regem, aut fatuum nasci seneca in latin - One Ought to Be Born a King or a Fool Seneca seneca in latin ApocolocyntosisI, 1 Bonis nocet qui malis parcet - Goodness injures what evil spares Seneca - De Moribus- Goodness discourages what evil doesn't discourage Copia ciborum, subtilitas impeditur - The abundance of food hampers intelligence Seneca Crudelius est quam mori semper timere mortem - It is more cruel to always fear death than to die Seneca Cui prodest scelus, is seneca in latin - Who benefits by the crime, he is the guilty man Seneca Medea - Legal Term - Usually asked in court as Cui prodest?
Seneca - Hot housewives seeking sex tonight Los Gatos morales ad Lucilium I, 4, 2 In oculis vitia aliena habemus, a tergo nostra sunt - We have before our eyes the vices of others, our own are behind our backs Seneca Labor bonum non est: Quid ergo est bonum?
Agamus Deo gratias - On all places short routes open the route to freedom. Thanks to God Seneca Post mortem nihil, ipsaque mors nihil - After the death nothing, death itself is nothing Seneca Quam bene vivas refert, non seneca in latin diu - It's about how well you live, not how long Seneca Qui dedit benificium taceat; narret qui accepit - The one that makes an act of kindness in the street should seneca in latin silent, the one that receives it should tell about sneeca Seneca Qui unum habet vitium, omnia habet - He who has one vice, has them all SenecaDe Benefiticiis Quidquid facies, respice ad mortem - Whatever you do, contemplate death.
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