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What does ‘labour omnia vincit’ mean?

March 14, 2011

Labor omnia vincit is a Latin phrase meaning “Hard work conquers all”. Well I did use ‘labour’ instead of ‘labor’ with a specific cause… domain unavailable 🙂

Well, Im 25 n this is 2011; still I believe in these words rather than opting for the much easier and used “smart work”. Working smart is great however youngsters these days take it in an incorrect sense – Manipulation.

Guyz… there’s no alternative to hard work!

Smart Work = Hard Work + Right Direction (Like a Vector Quantity)

So… Keep working hard or smart but the keyword still is “Keep working”

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