First and Foremost.

"Carpe diem, Quan minimum credula postero" - Seize the day, trust as little as possible in tomorrow.

No I don't speak Latin, yet this Latin phrase never fails to intrigue me. It altogether sums up a interesting life philosophy. One to be embraced. With wide arms might I add.

And so I begin by saluting you and welcoming you to my lair - my thoughts, contemplations, conclusions, and everything in between. 

I must forewarn you:  this is not a blog about an epic love story, or a conjured fantasy land. Its about living in reality - exploring the realms of the mind and soul.

Again, I say, welcome.


6 Response to "First and Foremost."

  • Cooookies Says:

    Welcomere to the blogosphere !

    Enjoy the journey ! =)


  • Carpe Diem Says:

    Thank you.
    I'm sure I will.
    Still looking for that specail starting point! =D


  • Magaly Guerrero Says:

    This is indeed an amazing phrase, and one would do well to remember it. Enjoying every day as it happens is a great philosophy, for it ensures that you'll never miss out on anything. And let's face it, life is way to short not to live it as it happens.

    Thanks for sharing and thanks for your comments on my review.


  • Carpe Diem Says:

    Magaly Guerrero. Thank you for passing by here.
    And yes, I would have agree, life is exteremly short for us to forget to bask in every moment of it happening.


  • The pimple Says:

    i have to sayur writing style is pretty intersting! im likeing where this is going and carpe diem i see u enjoy latin, sieze the day my friend. I'm liking this...it reminds me of my philiosphy class...im gona be a huge fan. Hopefully you will continue blogging.


    you should watch the dead poets society. It revolves around the phrase crape diem


  • Carpe Diem Says:

    The pimple. Haha! I give you props for creativity!
    I will always try to seize the day...there is nothing else to do, but to seize it, and make the most out of it. I dont take philosophy, but I love the subject! I will continue blogging, but its hard at the begining.

    I already watched Dead Poets Society. It was an amazing film.
    Hope you will be a frequent vistor here.
    Looking forward to your comments!


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