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A horse is a thing of beauty... none will tire of looking at him as long as he displays himself in his splendor. Xenophon#Beauty 68
For what the horse does under compulsion, as Simon also observes, is done without understanding; and there is no beauty in it either, any more than if one should whip and spur a dancer. Xenophon#Beauty 67
Excess of grief for the dead is madness; for it is an injury to the living, and the dead know it not. Xenophon#Sympathy 65
There is small risk a general will be regarded with contempt by those he leads, if, whatever he may have to preach, he shows himself best able to perform. Xenophon#Able 61
For drink, there was beer which was very strong when not mingled with water, but was agreeable to those who were used to it. They drank this with a reed, out of the vessel that held the beer, upon which they saw the barley swim. Xenophon#Agreeable 46
The sweetest of all sounds is praise. Xenophon#Praise 44
A horse is a thing of beauty... none will tire of looking at him as long as he displays himself in his splendor. Xenophon#beauty 40
If you consider what are called the virtues in mankind, you will find their growth is assisted by education and cultivation. Xenophon#Education 33
The true test of a leader is whether his followers will adhere to his cause from their own volition, enduring the most arduous hardships without being forced to do so, and remaining steadfast in the moments of greatest peril. Xenophon#Adhere 27
Wherever magistrates were appointed from among those who complied with the injunctions of the laws, Socrates considered the government to be an aristocracy. Xenophon#Among 25
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