I finish the course

Latin

Cursum Perficio

 

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

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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