Sophocles about vow (“Antigone”, c. 441 BC) - No man, my lord, should make a vow, for if He ever swears he will not do a thing, His afterthoughts belie his first resolve.
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No man, my lord, should make a vow, for if He ever swears he will not do a thing, His afterthoughts belie his first resolve.
 SophoclesAntigone (c. 441 BC). copy citation

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