Would that be possible for someone to interpret "I am enough. Ns am worthy." into Latin?

Interested in acquiring this phrase as a tattoo (maybe), and also know google interpret is always wrong. The context is "I am enough as i am, i am worthy of great things"--essentially one inspirational quote to help me remember that i am great enough, and worthy of having great things occur in mine life.

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A latin forum I uncovered on google suggested: "Digna sum. Satis sum" yet wanted to check here to watch if you every agree v that.

Thank you very much!


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Non sum tuus rabula
"Digna sum. Satis sum"

That claims "I am worthy. Ns am enough" and also implicitly states you space a woman.

I'd speak satis sum et digna "I to be enough, and worthy."

If you recognize as a man, change digna come dignus.


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Sorry to an insect you, however just looking end this again and also curious why you'd speak "satis sum et digna" vs. Using the shorter sentences of "digna sum. Satis sum". Is it around avoiding the 2 short sentences? simply making sure I didn't miss out on something important around sentence construction, or implication. Thanks!!


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Thank you!!! That's really helpful. I do identify as a woman, so I evaluate the point about gender gift implied here. It didn't take place to me that this phrase would encompass gender (as it doesn't in English).


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If you want something a little shorter you could go through Sufficio. Mereo.

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What walk that average (roughly)? Is the "Enough. Worthy" without the "I am"?


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