Et Lux in Tenebris Lucet. (And the light shineth in darkness.)
Fitting for a teacher and a writer, eh?
Sic Pacem, Para Bellum
Always Speak the truth... Even if it leads it leads to your death.
Real ghosts don't care if you believe in them or not.
So their kinda like guns? lol
"Do what you want and say what you feel because those that mind, don't matter and those that matter, don't mind." -Dr. Seuss
Wow, awesome discussion idea. Narrowing it down to just one is not easy. How about this one from Alexander the Great. I hope quotes are alright.
"Fortune favors the bold."
I thought that was from the Aeneid.
Dont you know Alexander Wrote the Aeneid? lol Kidding Liam... Its a common misconception that Alexander said it, but the phrase was shouted by Turnus in Virgil's Aeneid just before he was utterly destroyed by Aeneas' Trojans.
it is hard to have just one. other quotes resonate with me: Matthew 15:11, and "not all who wander are lost" (Tolkien), and Jeremiah 33:3
You must mean Jeremiah 3:33, which is bodaciously cool - especially in Hebrew, in which it literally reads:
Call unto Me, and I do answer you! Yea, I declare to you great and fenced things--thou hast not known them.
at first i thought it was my damn dyslexia mucking with me... but Jeremiah chapter 3 only has 25 verses.
but yeah, Jeremiah 33:3 is indeed bodaciously cool (in context):
"While Jeremiah was still confined in the courtyard of the guard, the word of the LORD came to him a second time: “This is what the LORD says, he who made the earth, the LORD who formed it and established it—the LORD is his name: ‘Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.’"