„As for you, you are alive. But it's not the same as living.“

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„Difficult and easy-going, pleasant and churlish, you are at the same time: I can neither live with you nor without you.“

—  Martial Latin poet from Hispania 40 - 104
Difficilis facilis iucundus acerbus es idem: Nec possum tecum vivere nec sine te. XII, 46 Variant translation: Difficult or easy, pleasant or bitter, you are the same you: I cannot live with you—or without you. Compare: "Thus I can neither live with you nor without you", Ovid, Amores, Book III, xib, 39

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