Inter faeces et urinam nascimur  

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Inter faeces et urinam nascimur is a Latin phrase attributed to one of the early church fathers, usually to Bernard of Clairvaux or Saint Augustine, although as of January 2016, the earliest reference in print was in 1896[1].

Inter faeces et urinam nascimur, from ...et quid de nobis, fratres, qui inter faeces et urinam nascimur...
"We are born amid feces and urine"

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