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The English definition of this
Latin motto is as follows:
"Seize the day"
The definition and meaning of
the famous Latin motto "Carpe diem" reflects the ideas of enjoying
the moment, not to wait until tomorrow but take and act on every new
and exciting opportunity that is presented to you and not to be
afraid of the future.
The positive ideal and concept of
"seizing the day" is an inspirational belief in making every moment
Info about the
Carpe diem Motto
popular Latin phrase or motto "Carpe diem" is used
to encapsulate the beliefs,
inspiration, interests or ideals of a person or a group of people.
The phrase was used by the Roman
poet Horace (65 - 8 BC) in "Odes" (I, 11.8) which reads:
Carpe diem quam minimum
("pluck the day, never trust the next")
youth to enjoy life before it's too late and not to waste time on
useless pastimes. The theme of "Carpe diem" is also recalled in the
poem 'To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time by Robert Herrick which
begins "Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May" .
Dead Poets Society carpe
Famous quotes about the Latin phrase 'Carpe diem'
meaning '"Seize the day" include the Dead Poets Society
carpe diem quote made by the inspirational teacher played by Robin
Williams in the movie as he looks at photos of long-dead pupils.
"But if you listen real close,
you can hear them whisper their legacy to you. Go on, lean in.
Listen, you hear it? - Carpe - hear it? - Carpe, carpe diem,
seize the day boys, make your lives extraordinary."
"Carpe diem" Tattoo
A motto such as "Carpe
diem" is so inspirational
that it is often used in a personal tattoo design or as a family