Every now and then I get requests like this one.
I want to put a Latin message on my daughter’s Graduation sign for our yard. Do you have any ideas?
Here is my reply:
Per aspera ad astra.” It means, to the stars through difficulties.
Or, “Excelsior,” meaning, “higher.”
Or, the quote I live by, “Aut viam inveniam aut faciam,” meaning “either find a way or make one.”
Or, “Nulli secunda,” second to none.
Or, “Qui audet adipiscitur,” whoever dares, wins.
There is also this enormous quote by Cicero:
Quod bonum, faustum, felix fortunatumque sit. ‘May the outcome be good, propitious, lucky and successful.’
Congratulations, by the way.