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Latin language phrases about life and living.

 

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  • Latin Phrases about Life
  • Success Develops Hope

    spem successus alit (Anonymous)
    Success develops hope

    Do Not Ask What Tomorrow Brings

    quid sit futurum cras, fuge quaerere
    Do not ask what tomorrow brings. (Horace)

    Elders First

    seniores priores
    Elders first.

    An Old Man Is A Boy Again

    senex bis puer
    An old man is a boy again.

    Perhaps, Someday It Will Be Enjoyable To Remember Even This

    forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabit (Virgil)
    Perhaps, someday it will be enjoyable to remember even this.

    Experience Teaches

    Experientia docet (Tacitus)
    Experience teaches.

    Art [of Medicine] Is Long, Life Is Short

    ars longa, vita brevis
    Art is long, life is short.
    (Hippocrates, the ancient Greek physician)

    Pick Roses In The Morning, Lest They Fade

    ne pereant lege mane rosas; cito virgo senescit
    Pick roses in the morning, lest they fade; a maiden soon grows old.