Seize the Day

carpediem

This phrase, originated from Horace’s book Ores, means seize, enjoy and make use of the day.  The sage advice, offered by Siduri to Gilgamesh, 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. Every bit.

I’m off (and you should be too) to squeeze the life out of the rest of this day. Carpe diem my friends!

 

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