Hesiod (flourished c. 8th century BCE)
“Inhibition is no good provider for a needy man,
Inhibition, which does men great harm and great good.
Inhibition attaches to poverty, boldness to wealth.”
- From Hesiod’s Works and Days (between lines 302-334), translated by M. L. West (Oxford World Classics, 1988, 1999, 2008).