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The causes of events are always more important than the events themselves.


Cicero (106 BCE – 43 BCE) Roman statesman and orator

cause (noun): the person or thing that makes something happen; the reason for something happening
event (noun): something that happens (in this case important things, such as political events, historical events)

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Contributor: Josef Essberger