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Braccia Banter - September 2019 #2

Great Expectations


Not the Charles Dickens book, but what we should strive to achieve for ourselves.

Susan Wallace (2002) picks up a quote from Virgil which shows that we can achieve if we really believe it. It's been a long time since I've studied Latin, but I'll have a go at translating it for you. "Possunt, quia posse videntur"

"They can because they think they can".


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