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Natural ability without education has more often attained to glory and virtue than education without natural ability
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"Natural ability without education has more often attained to glory and virtue than education without natural ability"

- Cicero

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This quote by Cicero is highlighting the importance of both natural capability and education. He is recommending that natural capability, or talent, is insufficient to attain success and that education is also necessary. He is saying that most of the time, those who have both natural ability and education have actually attained more splendor and virtue than those who have education but do not have natural capability. This quote is a suggestion that hard work and dedication are important to success. It is likewise a reminder that education is a powerful tool that can assist us reach our goals. Education can assist us develop our natural abilities and use them to their max potential. Ultimately, this quote is a suggestion that both natural capability and education are essential for accomplishing achievement.

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Cicero This quote is written / told by Cicero between 106 BC and 43 BC. He was a famous Philosopher from Rome. The author also have 129 other quotes.

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