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What is failure gives me strength My pain is my motivation in Latin?
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What is 'Failure gives me strength Pain is my motivation' in Latin?
Defectio mihi robur dat. Dolor est ratio mea is the Latin equivalent of 'Failure gives me strength. Pain is my motivation'. In the word by word translation, the feminine gender noun 'defectio' means 'failure'. The personal pronoun 'mihi', in the dative case as the indirect object of the verb, means 'to me'. The neuter gender noun 'robur', in the accusative case as the direct object of the verb, means 'strength'. The verb 'dat', as the third person singular in the present indicative of 'dare', means '[he/she/it] does give, gives, is giving'. The masculine gender noun 'dolor', in the nominative singular as the subject of the sentence, means 'grief, sorrow'. The feminine gender noun 'ratio, in the nominative singular as the predicate of the verb, means 'reason'. The possessive pronoun 'mea', in the first person singular of the nominative case as the subject of the sentence, means 'my'.
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What is the difference between motivation and arousal?
Im guessing you may be thinking these two are somehow linked, which is correct because both of them can get you up in the morning, yet motivation is the mental strength to push yourself to acheive more, its whats gets you a good job, house, wife kids. Motivation isnt always physically getting up but mentally (a boxer gets knocked down but his motivation is what gets him back up). Arousal is not similar to motivation, maybe it gives you motivation to masturbate but arousal is a part of nature entirely, it attracts you to a certain sex and begins in the early effects of sexual intercourse or masturbation.
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Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor?