Day # 98 -“Your Name Becomes Indissoluble When It’s Written”

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We Are The

Creators Of Magic,
The Lovers Of Dawn
& The Keepers Of Light,
If Our Ink Falls Upon You,
You Shall Live Forever.

Today’s Pictured Quote’s Latin Translation:
“Verba Volant, Scripta Manent”


“spoken words fly away, written words remain – “spoken words might easily be forgotten but written documents can always be relied on for conclusive proof of the written words existence.”

Here is a word-for-word analysis of  the Latin translation of todays pictured quote
“Verba Volant, Scripta Manent.”

Verba
1.verbum Noun = word

Volant
1.volare Verb = fly

Scripta
1.scriptum Noun = something written, written communication, literary work
2.scribere Verb = write
3.scriptare Verb = write, compose

Manent
1.manere Verb = stay
2.manare Verb = flow, pour, be shed, be wet, spring
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Reference – https://www.latin-is-simple.com/en/vocabulary/phrase/2023

Another Translation Of “Verba Volant, Scripta Manent”
“spoken words fly away, written words remain – “spoken words might easily be forgotten but written documents can always be relied on for conclusive proof of the written words existence.”


“We are indeed the creators of written magic when we put pen to paper… the magic of the written worth can bring memories that are both happy (memory provoking) and sad (reluctant flash backs to time better forgotten).

When we talk & write about being lovers of dawn, we are talking and writing about the romantic nostalgia that sweeps over us when we find ourselves captured in moments that we find hard to forget and long for again in our awakeness.”


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I Absolutely adore this explanation, meaning, & or reasoning’s behind today’s pictured quote:

“We Are The Creators Of Magic,
The Lovers Of Dawn & The Keepers Of Light,
If Our Ink Falls Upon You,
You Shall Live Forever”

Latin Translation-

“Verba Volant, Scripta Manent.”

Verba Volant, Scripta Manent (“spoken words fly away, written words remain” ) is the words or rather the motto of a writer who truly loves every piece he pens down.


Verba Volant, Scripta Manent (words fly away, writings remain) is so much more than a simple motto, it means that when you want to make sure your words stay alive, you have to write them down. If you wants your pain to be felt, beyond what your presence can do, you should write them down. Words have always been the key to the world, but lies have become second nature for more. So for them Verba Volant, Scripta Manent (words fly away, writings remain), also means that their lies can be seen as the truth, as people tend to take printed words as honesty.

Words fly away, writings remain), means that you should understand that words do flyinkpen.png away, and some are meant to be in the sky, and not in your mind.


We are indeed the creators of written magic when we put pen to paper… the magic of the written worth can bring memories that are both happy (memory provoking) and sad (reluctant flash backs to time better forgotten).


Reference – http://www.vinovenitas.com/2014/11/22/verba-volant-scripta-manent


When we talk & write about being lovers of the dawn, we are talking and writing about the romantic nostalgia that sweeps over us when we find ourselves captured in moments that we find hard to forget and long for again in our awakenings. We yearn for the sentimental return of past days & or memories that serve to evoke feelings that once blanketed us with cherish loves or painful tears.

The Keepers of the dawn is symbolic to what we see and feel as we awaken to every days memorable moments, unforgettable thoughts, and of course the people, places and times that we know & love – the very things that give us inspiration for every written word that we write, sing, hear & feel.

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“I do  truly believe that when we are mentioned or scribed in a written peace of heart felt words that these words enter the universe with an indissoluble life span (indissoluble – impossible to take apart or bring to an end, or existing for a very long time). I think a written word is a lot like the death of a loved one, just because they have left our world as we know it doesn’t mean that they are no longer.”

“My personal belief on death is that a person isn’t truly dead or gone from our world until the last person whispers their name.”

So when the ink, led or painted stroke is spilled out on a page; you will forever remain within the written words scribed upon a page will remain indissoluble through years & time.

“Words bound for an indissoluble time
Cursed & spoken;
One word at a time.
Scripted in order to be remembered,
With no end or defined time.

Written By Tanya Kelly


The Power Of Words
By Omkar Atale

Words can make one happy,
Words can bend one’s mind;
Words can make one grumpy,
words can make one kind.

Words can illuminate a man,
Words can make one weep;
Words can hurt so much,
That a man cannot even sleep.

Words can hide the truth,
Words can strike the heart;
Words can provoke the youth,
To make a revolution start.

Words can give one freedom,
Words can push one to heights;
Only words have such powers,
To separate wrongs from rights.

Words are more than missiles,
That can make one just die;
but words, if hit, cause much damage,
That makes one forget to try.

Words before being spoken,
Are under our total control;
But after we speak the words,
We fall under their control!

Reference – http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/the-power-of-words-17


Bless The Written;
Blame The Pen
Love & Kisses
— Amen —


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Here Are A Few Of My Favourite Quotes That Inspire My Writing & My Written Thoughts:

“If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet,
then you must write it.”
– Toni Morrison –
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“One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple.”
– Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums –
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“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.”
– Benjamin Franklin –
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“We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.”
– Anaïs Nin –
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“A book is made from a tree. It is an assemblage of flat, flexible parts (still called “leaves”) imprinted with dark pigmented squiggles. One glance at it and you hear the voice of another person, perhaps someone dead for thousands of years. Across the millennia, the author is speaking, clearly and silently, inside your head, directly to you. Writing is perhaps the greatest of human inventions, binding together people, citizens of distant epochs, who never knew one another. Books break the shackles of time–proof that humans can work magic.”
– Carl Sagan –
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“Find out the reason that commands you to write; see whether it has spread its roots into the very depth of your heart; confess to yourself you would have to die if you were forbidden to write.”
– Rainer Maria Rilke –
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“Writers live twice.”
– Natalie Goldberg –


Signed
Author. Tanya Kelly
365daysomethings.wordpress.com

1 thought on “Day # 98 -“Your Name Becomes Indissoluble When It’s Written”

  1. I love your thoughts on words. I so agree that once written down they remain forever more. I believe that is why so many of us aspire to write a book. To know that a little piece of ourselves remains past our time is such a beautiful gift. Keep writing my friend. You have lots to say and lots we all want to read.

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