A bono in bonum omnia diriguntur

A Latin inscription from the walls of the Villa Careggi in Florence, as cited in Raymond Marcel’s Marsile Ficin (pg.293).  I can’t find a picture of either this or the Democritus and Heraclitus fresco located nearby.

A bono in bonum omnia diriguntur
Laetus inpraesens.
Neque censum existimes, neque appetas dignitatem.
Fuge excessum, fuge negotia.
Laetus inpraesens.

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