Latin saying- Carpe Diem, Carpe noctum
Meaning- seize the day, seize the night
Imagine you have the opportunity to enter a money booth. Hundreds and thousands of dollars swirl around you in the air.
You get to keep what you can catch.
Imagine your intensity, imagine how passionate you would be about grabbing every possible bill without any hesitation, or second guessing or fear.
Fueled by the knowledge that what you don’t seize, you lose forever.
Every 24 hours we step into a money machine.
Time is the treasure we must seize or lose.
Are we hesitating?
Are we making the most of each precious opportunity to intentionally seize each jewel toned moment?
When we seize the day, when we seize the night, when we squeeze the marrow out of every moment...
our lives become a treasure chest brimming over with gold-plated memories and
silver-lined peace of mind...
no room left for regrets.
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.
The originals are all hand drawn with india ink.
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