Seneca the Younger

Who Benefits by the Crime, She Is the Guilty One

Cui prodest scelus, is fecit (Seneca the Younger)
Who benefits by the crime, she is the guilty one.

Abundance of Food Hampers Intelligence

Copia ciborum subtilitas impeditur (Seneca the Younger)
The abundance of food hampers intelligence.

Lifetime Builds up Cities, a Single Hour Ruins Them

Urbes constituit aetas, hora dissolvit (Seneca the Younger)
Lifetime builds up cities, a single hour ruins them.

There Is no Easy Trip from Earth to the Stars

Non est ad astra mollis e terris via (Seneca the Younger)
There is no easy trip from the earth to the stars.

The Road Is Long through Lessons, but Quick and Efficient through Examples

Longum iter est per praecepta, breve et efficax per exempla (Seneca the Younger, Epistularum Moralium Ad Lucilium)

The road is long through lessons, but quick and efficient - through examples.

It Is a Human [Quality] to Make Mistakes

Errare est humanum (Seneca the Younger)
It is a human [quality] to make mistakes.