From Seneca (4BC-AD65), a Roman philosopher, statesman, and favorite of the early church fathers. You just never stop learning from the Classics.
(Note to whom he is writing. It’s too good to miss.)
“Among the numerous faults of those who pass their lives recklessly and without due reflection, my good friend Liberalis, I should say that there is hardly any one so hurtful to society as this, that we neither know how to bestow or how to receive a benefit.