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carpe diem:

Latin for seize the day, meaning make the most of the present, enjoy the moment, live life at-its fullest now without concern for the future. The line is by Horace (65-8 BC) in Carmina . Another Latin dictum with the same message: dum vivimus, vivamus , while we are alive, let us live to the full.

Quote: John Keating (Robin Williams) to his students in Dead Poets Society (1989): ' Carpe Diem - Seize the day, boys! Make your lives extraordinary! '

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