I finish the course

Latin

Cursum Perficio

 

Cursum perficio.
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Cursum perficio.
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Cursum perficio.
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Cursum perficio.

Verbum sapienti:
quo plus habent,
eo plus cupiunt.
Post nubila, Phoebus.
Eternum.

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I finish the course.
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A word to the wise:
the more one has,
the more they want.
After the clouds, comes the sun(light).
Forever.

"Work hard in silence, let your success be your noise!"
Submitted by SilentRebel83 on Tue, 26/04/2011 - 03:38
Author's comments:

The saying 'I finish the course' may be related to a passage found in the Christian Bible, 2 Timothy 4:7.
The word 'Phoebus', from the original Latin, can also refer to the Roman deity of sunlight.

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