„Prosperity can change man's nature; and seldom is any one cautious enough to resist the effects of good fortune.“
Res secundæ valent commutare naturam, et raro quisquam erga bona sua satis cautus est.

— Quinto Cúrcio Rufo, X, 1, 40.
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