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En el diario vivir, entonces, es muy importante tener presente la recomendacion del Kempis: In omnibus rebus respice finem (Lib.I,cap.XXIV,6.), "ut sitisfilii Patris vestri qui in caelis est ..." (Mat 5:45)
Trinity's motto Respice Finem ('Look to the end') guides them as always to keep her honour and remain the best school of all.
Throughout the narrative of his professional and domestic highs and lows, Ivan's unexamined life is presented as devoid of any meaning and in complete defiance of the Latin inscription, "respice finem" ("remember the end"), dangling ironically from his watchchain (2:256).
Respice finem! ("Consider the end"), the Romans used to say.
"Respice Finem: The Literary Criticism of Giovanni Gentile." Italica 47 (1970): 3-27.
Hobbes recuerda que, a la vista de este peligro ancestral, ya "uno de los siete sabios" (79) dio a los hombres un precepto "que ya esta desgastado: Respice finem" (80).
A "capable, cheerful, good-natured and sociable man" with a new watch-medallion that reads respice finem (regard the end), getting ready to be executed piecemeal by Tolstoy.
Por ello es muy importante tener presente la recomendacion del Kempis: In omnibus rebus respice finem (en todas tus cosas busca siempre la finalidad), "ut sitis filii Patris vestri qui in caelis est ..." (Mat 5:45).
Perimpanayagam in his Grade Seven (or Form Two in those days) English class at Trinity College, Kandy Sri Lanka took immense pride in teaching English in this elite school whose motto was 'respice finem' or 'look to the end'.