Latin phrases

alis grave nil — nothing is heavy to those who have wings

alis volat propris — she flies with her own wings

audax at fidelis — bold but faithful

carpe noctem — seize the night

cogito ergo sum — I think therefore I am

credo quia absurdum est — I believe it because it is absurd

dum vita est, spes est — while there is life, there is hope

esse quam videri — to be, rather than to seem

luceat lux vestra — let your light shine

luctor et emergo — I struggle and emerge

non ducor duco — I am not led; I lead

semper ad meliora — always towards better things

sic itur ad astra — thus you shall go to the stars

temet nosce — know thyself

veni, vidi, vici — I came, I saw, I conquere

veritas lux mea — truth is my light

vincit qui se vincit — he conquers who conquers himself

vive ut vivas — live so that you may live

verba volant, scripta manent — words fly away, writings remain

valeo valui valiturus — to be strong, have power, be well

amor vincit omnia – love conquers all

crede quod habes, et habes – believe that you have it, and you do

consilio et animis – by wisdom and courage

constantia et virtute – by firmness and courage

candor dat viribus alas – sincerity gives wings to strength

perfer et obdura; dolor hic tibi proderit olim – be patient and tough; some day this pain will be useful to you

possunt quia posse videntur – they can because they think they can do it

ut sementem feeceris – you reap what you sow

tempus edax rerums – time devours all things

ventis secundis, tene cursum – go with the flow

Una in perpetuum – together forever

Amor caecus est – love is blind

Quos amor verus tenuit, tenebit – true love will hold on to those whom it has held

Te valde amo ac semper amabo – I love you very much, and always will forever

Etiam in morte, superest amor  in death, love survives

Illis quos amo deserviam – for those I love I will sacrifice

In aeternum te amabo – I will love you for all eternity

Si vis amari, ama  if you wish to be loved, love