If a man is running a race in a stadium, he ought to use every effort to win, but on no account must he cut in on a rival or push him with his hand. So too in life, it is not wrong for a man to try to satisfy his needs, but it is not right for him to take anything from another.

— Marcus Tullius Cicero   (106 - 43 BC)

Roman Writer, Statesman, and Orator

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