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"I shall either find a way or make one." "Aut viam inveniam aut faciam" #latin #quotes: small tattoo

Citius Altius Fortius - Faster Higher Stronger - Motto of the Olympics (Latin quotes) The Words, Latin Words, Cool Words, Latin Sayings, Deeds Not Words, Latin Mottos, Latin Text, Words Quotes, Me Quotes

"My word [is] my bond" - Meaning, that by just giving my word you can be assured that the promise of action I have just made will be kept. Originating from the London Stock Exchange from the early 1800's where financial bargains and trades were made with no written pledges, no documents, and no contracts. Reputation was collateral in 19th Century England. Trust was built up and your bank of trust guaranteed you trading opportunities. These days, honor is rare. The "word" of anyone is…

Concordia Parvae Res Crescunt - “small things grow in harmony” Latin Quotes, Latin Phrases, Latin Words, True Quotes, Latin Sayings, Funny Qoutes, Favorite Words, Favorite Quotes, Cool Words

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Condemnant quod non intellegunt - They condemn what they do not understand.

Et lux in tenebris lucet - And light shines in the darkness- Latin phrase Latin Quotes, Latin Phrases, Latin Words, The Words, Cool Words, Me Quotes, Funny Quotes, Latin Sayings, Book Quotes

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Et lux in tenebris lucet - Und Licht leuchtet in der Dunkelheit - And light shines in the darkness | Lateinischer Spruch | Redewendung | Latin phrase | Quote

Accipere quam facere praestat injuriam - It is better to suffer an injustice… Latin Quotes, Latin Phrases, Latin Words, Great Quotes, Me Quotes, Inspirational Quotes, Love Words, Beautiful Words, Locuciones Latinas

Accipere quam facere praestat injuriam - It is better to suffer an injustice than to do an injustice.