I have difficulty understanding the sentence from my textbook:
Non is sum ut mea me maxime delectent.
The literal translation is easy ("I am not such a man that is most please with my family") but unfortunately this doesn't make much sense. Does the word mea have other connotations than "my family"?
The sentence is taken from a portion of Cicero's Epistulae ad Brutum 1-15
ego autem (sed erro fortasse nec tamen is sum ut mea me maxime delectent) nihil mihi videor hoc bello sensisse prudentius.
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Like my first thread, I posted the context but could not understand.