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aliena negotia curo. Excussus propriis

The Latin phrase “aliena negotia curo, excussus propriis” can be translated to English as “I attend to the affairs of others, having set aside my own.” This phrase implies a focus on external matters or responsibilities, which may lead to the neglect of one’s personal concerns. It conveys a willingness to prioritize the needs or business of others over one’s own affairs.

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