O world! how apt the poor are to be proud.
– William Shakespeare
Twelfth Night, Act 3, Scene 1. Olivia speaks this line to Cesario, after she admits her love for Cesario not knowing he is actually Viola. But Cesario declares that he is a humble servant and cannot love her. Olivia is suggesting here that a servant shouldn’t be too proud to accept love from a noble lady like herself.