I’ll start with three this morning. I have a lot to do today and it’s going to be a busy weekend. (I’m sort of disappointed I didn’t commit myself to changing out the dining room table so I could see how that new green theme is going to work out. But it was the smart thing to do.)
All from “Elegant Sentences” which is the very last little section in February’s
Crappy Old Book of the Month which we are going to refer to as Bacon’s Essays (see sidebar).
Much bending breaks the bow; much unbinding the mind.
He conquers twice, who restrains himself in victory.
Cum vitia prosint, peccat qui recte facit-– If vices were profitable, the virtuous man would be a sinner.