Carpe Diem: Go Ahead and Seize the Day


Taken from Horace’s book Ores, the term means seize, enjoy and make use of the day. The advice is offered by Siduri to Gilgamesh, and is followed by “quam minimum credula postero,” which translates into “put little trust in tomorrow.”

This ancient wisdom inspires us to make good use of the time we have now and use every bit of the present to fulfill our purpose. Don’t ignore tomorrow, but instead take action for the future…today!

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