|aliorum medicus, ipse ulceribus scates||a physician to others, while you yourself are full of ulcers|
|animo ægrotanti medicus est oratio||kind words are as a physician to an afflicted spirit|
|beneficium non in eo quot fit aut datur consistit sed in ipso dantis aut facientis animo||a benefit consists not in what is done or given, but in the intention of the giver or doer (Seneca)|
|divitiæ grandes homini sunt, vivere parce æquo animo||it is great wealth to a man to live frugally with a contented mind (Lucretius)|
|elige eum cujus tibi placuit et vita et oratio||choose the one who recommends himself to you by his life as well as by his speech (Seneca)|
|eodem animo beneficium debetur, quo datur||a benefit is estimated according to the mind of the giver (Seneca)|
|et pudet, et metuo, semperque eademque precari, ne subeant animo tædia justa tuo||I am ashamed to be always begging and begging the same things, and fear lest you should conceive for me the disgust I merit (Ovid)|
|Ex animo||From the heart (sincerely)|
|grato animo||with grateful heart (or mind)|
|in animo perturbato, sicut in corpore, sanitas esse non potest||in a disturbed mind, as in a body in the same state, health cannot exist (Cicero)|
|In imo animo stat pulchritudo||Beauty lies in the depths of ones soul|
|interea gustus elementa per omnia quærunt, nunquam animo pretiis obstantibus; interius si attendas, magis illa juvant, quæ pluris emuntur||in the meantime, they search for relishes through all the elements, with minds regardless of expense; look at it closely, those things please more that cost the higher price (Juvenal)|
|lusus animo debent aliquando dari, ad cogitandum melior ut redeat sibi||the mind ought sometimes to be amused, that it may the better return to thought and to itself (Phædrus)|
|Medicus curat, natura sanat||The physician treats, nature cures|
|mellitum venenum, blanda oratio||flattering speech is honey-sweetened poison|
|moderari animo et orationi, cum sis iratus, non mediocris ingenii est||to be able to temper your indignation and language when you are angry is evidence of a chastened disposition (Cicero)|
|multis parasse divitias non finis miseriarum fuit, sed mutatio; non est in rebus vitium sed in animo||the acquisition of riches has been to many, not the end of their miseries, but a change in them; the fault is not in the riches, but in the disposition (Seneca)|
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