Sophocles quote about wisdom from Antigone (c. 441 BC) - Of happiness the chiefest part is a wise heart: And to defraud the gods in aught with peril's fraught.
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Quotes by Sophocles · Quotes from Antigone · Quotes about wisdom · Quotes about happiness · Quotes about heart

Of happiness the chiefest part is a wise heart: And to defraud the gods in aught with peril's fraught.

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Sophocles quote about wisdom from Antigone (c. 441 BC) - Of happiness the chiefest part is a wise heart: And to defraud the gods in aught with peril's fraught.
Sophocles quote about wisdom from Antigone (c. 441 BC) - Of happiness the chiefest part is a wise heart: And to defraud the gods in aught with peril's fraught.
Sophocles quote about wisdom from Antigone (c. 441 BC) - Of happiness the chiefest part is a wise heart: And to defraud the gods in aught with peril's fraught.
Sophocles quote about wisdom from Antigone (c. 441 BC) - Of happiness the chiefest part is a wise heart: And to defraud the gods in aught with peril's fraught.