Empty Talk: A Fly and a Mule — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE


Phaedrus 3.6: Fly and Mule A fly sat on a wagon buzzing at the mule: “You’re going so slow: why don’t you want to go faster” Be careful or I will sink my sting in your neck!” The mule answered, “Your words are not my master; I fear this fool who sits at the front…

Empty Talk: A Fly and a Mule — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE

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