„He’s a friend indeed who proves himself a friend in need.“

—  Плавт, Epidicus

Epidicus, Act I, sc. 2, line 9.
Добавить примечание: (la) Nihil agit, qui diffidentem verbis solatus suis. Is est amicus, qui in re dubia te juvat, ubi re est opus.
Контексте: The man that comforts a desponding friend with words alone, does nothing. He’s a friend indeed who proves himself a friend in need.

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