Friday, October 17, 2008
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.