benissimus wrote:I recommend Mihi non ignoscam
You can also do Non ignoscam mihi or Non mihi ignoscam if it sounds better to you. An intriguing request...
j_ky2002 wrote:1. I will never forgive myself for what happened, period.
2. I want it in latin, and REVERSED, so that I will be able to read it in a mirror, so that only I will understand it. Its for me, no one else, so I want to make it as hard as possible for anyone else to read/understand it.
3. If you really want something SCARY I could sit down and tell you my life story. It'll make your skin crawl.
Thanks to those who helped.
klewlis wrote:j_ky2002 wrote:1. I will never forgive myself for what happened, period.
I hope that someday you'll be able to forgive yourself; if you don't, it can lead to all sorts of bitterness, anger, even self-hatred. It's healthier to forgive, even if it takes a long time. I don't want to tell you what to do, but I do think that it belies a great deal of despair to think that you will NEVER forgive yourself, no matter what. In spite of the deepest evil and pain we can experience, I believe that there is nothing so horrible that it cannot be healed. There is ALWAYS hope.
benissimus wrote:Textkit has a few free books... I recommend the one by D'Ooge, "Latin for Beginners", if you choose one of our books.
Barrius wrote:I looked at Wheelock's in our local bookstore, but decided to download "Latin for Beginners" for free. If I didn't care for Latin, and abandoned D'Ooge's book, at least I wasn't out anything.
Timothy wrote:D'Ooge is good. But if you find that not to your taste then you will do yourself a favor by sampling the other beginner book, by Collar and Danielle. They have slightly different approaches one of which should appeal to your learning tastes.
Turpissimus wrote:"ignoscitus" is "forgiven". I've added in- to convey the idea of negation.
j_ky2002 wrote:I also got
MIHI NON IGNOSCAM
is that more accurate than
MINI NON IGNOTUM?
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