The Latin expression Carpe diem, now a maxim, is taken from a poem by Horace. It reminds us that each moment is worth fully experiencing and that one must learn to take full pleasure from them. These two words, Carpe diem, are anchored in epicurean thinking and philosophy, which merits rediscovery: this philosophy consists in developing one's confidence in the future, to totally live the current moment in all its fullness, and thus achieve true serenity. It is therefore not an abstract speculation but a profound reflection on happiness.
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