How can I express something like the following sentences in Latin?
- Being a teacher is simple; it's a question of discipline.
- I don't care if I win or not; it's all about surviving.
I can offer some translations:
- Facile est magister esse; nullo opus est nisi disciplina.
- Mea non interest an vincam necne; de pervivendo agitur.
I believe these translations would be understood correctly, but I fear they might not be all that idiomatic to classical Latin. What would be a good idiomatic way to express things like this in classical Latin? Please provide a classical use example. I prefer Caesar or Cicero if there is room for choice.