|for man proposes, but God disposes (Thomas à Kempis)||nam homo proponit, sed Deus disponit|
|A bad law is no law. (St. Thomas Aquinas)||Lex mala, lex nulla.|
|a man of one book (Thomas Aquinas’s definition of a learned man)||homo unius libri|
|Absence sharpens love, presence strengthens it. --- Thomas Fuller||Amorem acuit absentia,eum praesentia confirmat|
|beware of the man of one book (adapted from St. Thomas Aquinas)||cave ab homine unius libri|
|circumstances do not make a man weak, but they show what manner of man he is (Thomas à Kempis)||occasiones namque hominem fragilem non faciunt, sed qualis sit ostendunt|
|I fear the man of one book (St. Thomas Aquinas)||timeo hominem unius libri|
|if you willingly bear the cross, it will bear you (Thomas à Kempis)||si libenter crucem portas portabit te|
|it is better to avoid sin than to flee from death (Thomas à Kempis)||melius est peccata cavere quam mortem fugere|
|it is vanity to desire a long life, and to care little whether that life be well spent (Thomas à Kempis)||vanitas est longam vitam optare, et de bona vita parum curare|
|Man proposes, but God disposes (Thomas à Kempis)||Homo proponit, sed Deus disponit|
|never to be completely idle, but either reading, or writing, or praying, or meditating, or working at something useful for all in common (Thomas à Kempis)||numquam sis ex toto otiosus, sed aut legens, aut scribens, aut orans, aut meditans, aut aliquid utilitatis pro communi laborans|
|no one can change what he proposes to enact to the injury of another||nemo potest mutare consilium suum in alterius injuriam|
|no one can ever obtain from the pope a dispensation from death (Thomas à Kempis)||nemo impetrare potest a papa bullam nunquam moriendi|
|no place (the title of Thomas More’s satirical book about a perfect world)||Utopia|
|O how quickly the world’s glory passes away! (Thomas à Kempis)||O quam cito transit gloria mundi!|
|of two evils, always choose the lesser (Thomas à Kempis)||de duobus malis, minus est semper eligendum|
|Of two evils, the lesser must always be chosen (Thomas à Kempis)||De duobus malis, minus est semper eligendum|
|once he was taken from our sight, his memory quickly passed out of our minds (Thomas à Kempis)||cum autem sublatus fuerit ab oculis, etiam cito transit e mente|
|That which is postponed is not dropped. Inevitable is yet to happen. (Sir Thomas More)||Quod differtur, non aufertur|
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