what does tecum vivere amem, tecum obeam libens mean?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
With you I should love to live, with you be ready to die
- ChristineLv 44 years ago
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Great answers from Dominic, Jaysinh, ixiruxa and others. I think as far as we are concerned Love is good one. But not the foolish emotion we regard as Love. Love is a state of Being. One who becomes at one with Love becomes truly Free. We should get away from the idea that Love is a vague state of mind or something to tie friends and relatives together. In it's highest state it sets people free in the realisation that God is All. Ever since the dawn of civilisation mankind has searched the meaning behind lifes challenges and trials, the purpose of religion and science and the Why of Existence. This searching is really man's innate spiritual drive to transmute the 'stone' of basic matter and consciousness into the 'gold' of Freedom-consciousness and existence. This Earth is really a classroom of experience designed to provide the answers (or meaning) that mankind needs, although he might not neccessarily want it! After our graduation we are given further experiences and higher meanings that we might apply to assist us in our goal of Spiritualising matter and consciousness back to God, as Conscious Gods.
- 1 decade ago
I believe it to be latin. It roughly means. "With you I'd gladly live, and gladly die."