i want to combine two Latin phrases into one sentence, whether with a comma, two separate lines, or something else.
The two phrases in question are "sic itur ad astra" (thus you shall go to the stars) and "alis volat propriis" (she flies with her own wings). It's my understanding that there isn't really a female / male pro-noun in the Latin language, thus making the translation of "she" wrong, but it is the most accepted translation from what I see.
Preferably I'd like them to just be two lines, but obviously "you" and "she" don't work together, so I'd like to mess with them to where they both have the same "pro-nouns". If that is even needed, as I'm not 100% sure if it ever needs to be changed around, and might just work together as is.