Love Conquers All: correct latin places the verb at the end of a sentece: "Amor Omnia Vincit" or "Omnia Amor Vincit" But when the roman poet Virgil wrote it, he spelled it out like this: "Omnia vincit amor et nos cedamus amori"
We are human. We are not perfect. We are alive. We try things. We make mistakes. We stumble. We fall. We get hurt. We rise again. We keep learning. We keep growing. And we are thankful for this priceless opportunity called life.