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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Latin: Audendum est: age.

The image is from cheezburger. The Latin words come from Seneca's play Thyestes. The Latin starts with a gerundive, audendum est, "it is to be dared," and then an imperative, age: "do it!" For the English, I opted to keep it short and sweet.

Audendum est: age.
Dare to do it!







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