Ad Astra

Per aspera ad astra

A Latin phrase meaning “to the stars.”

Non est ad astra mollis e terris via (Seneca the Younger): There is no easy way from the earth to the stars.

Per ardua ad astra: Through struggle (or adversity) to the stars

Sic itur ad astraThus one goes to the stars

At astra per alas fideles: To the stars on the wings of the faithful ones

Ad astra per aspera/ Per aspera ad astra: Through hardships to the stars, To the stars through difficulties, A rough road leads to the stars


Upon discovery, I feel tempted to change the quote of my blog.

I feel too, that I should have seen this before I passed my write-up.

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