Friday, October 17, 2008

Carpe diem

The most frequent translation for Carpe diem comes from the Latin poem Odes written by Horace, a Roman lyric and poet. Although my interpretation is slightly different then his, "Seize the day, put no trust in the morrow."  I view it as, opportunities abound.  It is up to us to see and be intune, aware of them; and then, have the courage to act upon them, to be expedient in doing so.  Trust yourself and the future, completely.  Invest in it, in others and yourself.  Make a positive difference.  On this day, I shout, "Seize the day!"  In doing so, we shall have a way good day.


Emily said...

Having possibilities in front of your is the greatest freedom. It's so very exciting when hard work pays off and the opportunity comes along to seize the moment!! I love you!

KipKGolfmeister said...

What a great subject "carpe diem". You make a great point. I hope your day is way good!!