„Become such as you are, having learned what that is“

—  Píndaro

Pythian 2, line 72.
Variant translations:
Be what you know you are
Be true to thyself now that thou hast learnt what manner of man thou art
Having learned, become who you are
Original: (el) γένοι' οἷος ἐσσὶ μαθών

Original

γένοι' οἷος ἐσσὶ μαθών

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