A feast is made for laughter, and wine makes merry: but money answers all things.
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George Leo Haydock
Feast. As if they were born for this purpose, (Philippians iii. 19.; Calmet) fruges consumere nati. (Horace, i. ep. 2.)
Scilicet uxorem cum dote fidemque et amicos, Et genus, et formam regina pecunia donet. (Horace, i. ep. 6.)
Hebrew, "money answers all purposes "(Haydock) to procure meat, drink (Calmet) ...
Let each one do his work without chatting or shouting. Let absolutely no one laugh, so that there will not apply to us the reproach of the Scriptures, “They make bread for laughter.” If someone needs to ask his neighbor a question, he must do so quietly, without shouting.