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A list of the best Lucretius quotes. This list is arranged by which famous Lucretius quotes have received the most votes, so only the greatest Lucretius quotes are at the top of the list. All the most popular quotes from Lucretius should be listed here, but if any were missed you can add more at the end of the list. This list includes notable Lucretius quotes on various subjects, many of which are inspirational and thought provoking.

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The greatest wealth is to live content with little, for there is never want where the mind is satisfied. Lucretius

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It is great wealth to a soul to live frugally with a contented mind. Lucretius

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michaelj72 added Religious persecutors are not believers, they are scoundrels.

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What is food to one man is bitter poison to others. Lucretius

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In the midst of the fountain of wit there arises something bitter, which stings in the very flowers. Lucretius

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The drops of rain make a hole in the stone, not by violence, but by oft falling. Lucretius

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Pleasant it is, when over a great sea the winds trouble the waters, to gaze from shore upon another's great tribulation; not because any man's troubles are a delectable joy, but because to perceive you are free of them yourself is pleasant. Lucretius

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The fall of dropping water wears away the Stone. Lucretius

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From the very fountain of enchantment there arises a taste of bitterness to spread anguish amongst the flowers. Lucretius

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Pleasant it to behold great encounters of warfare arrayed over the plains, with no part of yours in peril. Lucretius

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Though the dungeon, the scourge, and the executioner be absent, the guilty mind can apply the goad and scorch with blows. Lucretius