Latin saying- Semper ad meliora
Meaning- Always toward better things
Every year moose drop their antlers and leave them where they fall.
They never try to pack them up and take them with them.
They don’t go back the next year and try to put them back on.
As long as the animal is healthy, they will grow brand new ones the next year- but bigger!
Trophy bulls have gone through so many iterations to become what they are.
How often do we become so attached to our past accomplishments that we forget that we have the ability to come back bigger and stronger every single time?
May we be willing to shed our attachments, and turn our focus always towards better things.
This piece is part of my "Dead Language, Undead Truth" collection, which includes black and white illustrations that symbolize the latin phrase I paired them with.
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