Carpe Diem is a latin word that means ““seize the day”, used for saying that people should enjoy the present rather than worrying about the future.”(Carpe Diem- Cambridge Dictionary). According to Phrase Finder carpe translates to pluck, so pluck the day. Carpe Diem was first used in Odes Book 1. Odes Book 1 it says, “As we speak cruel time is fleeing. Seize the day, believing as little as possible in the morrow” (Horace, Odes (c.23 BC and 13 BC), Book 1, ode xi, line 8).Over the years that saying
Japanese during World War II, the U.S.’s history exemplifies the fact that it is far perfect. Racism has recently re-entered forefront of society’s collective agenda, and despite the passing of 55 years from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I have a dream speech,” it is far from a resolution.