Oh, I do love a Latin motto, and this one is one of my favourites:
Nec Aspera Terrent
Which apparently means ‘difficulties be damned’.
I’ve picked up this translation from the Wikipedia page on the Kings Liverpool Regiment, who, along with other regiments, use this as their motto, but other sources, such as that on the Latin Discussion forum, suggest it’s more literal translation is ‘and the rough doesn’t deter’ or ‘and the tough stuff doesn’t scare [us] off’. They all mean roughly the same I guess, and I like the brevity (and alliteration) of Difficulties be Damned, so I’m plumping for that and will be saying it at every opportunity this week! 🙂
Have a great Monday everyone!
Some days you’re the dog, other days you’re the lamp post!
Ho hum…we must remember to try and take every day in our stride I guess. Hope you’re the dog today!! 🙂
‘Never eat anything bigger than your head’
hmm…. seems like fair advice don’t ya think! Have a great Monday 🙂
On our trip to China we found lots of signs that suffered slightly in translation. This one was situated in front of a Panda enclosure and is one of my favourites. These days I would never ‘cross any railings lest suddenness happens’!
Well, to be honest, this motto is not just for Monday’s it’s for life:
Hope for the best, expect the worst and take what comes!
I’ve found this is a helpful approach to what life throws at you and use it mentally, if not verbally, almost every day!
Happy Monday 🙂