Alright, back to the Greek guys, and to one that should need no introduction. Born A.D. 46 he became a priest, philosopher, and later Roman citizen and was well respected. He did many works on the life and times of people of his day, and died in A.D 127.
“No man ever wetted clay then left it, as if there would be bricks by chance and fortune.” – Plutarch.
Kind of Ben Franklin-esque, before there was a Ben Franklin. This is of course a quote for:
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