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Photos tattoos lettering si vis pacem para bellum

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Si vis pacem para bellum - this phrase is of Latin origin. Literally it can be translated "If you want peace, prepare for war."

But the meaning of the phrase is not to encourage someone to take military action, but quite the opposite. The phrase says that if you want to achieve victory, you will have to prepare for war. In the Russian language there is a similar catch phrase - “you like to ride, love and sled to carry”.

Such tattoos look beautiful on an inflated male body in the chest or collarbone area. Also, there are cases of applying such an inscription on a person's neck.

Girls rarely use such an inscription because of its heavy semantic significance.

Photo tattoo inscription si vis pacem para bellum on the body

Photo tattoo inscription si vis pacem para bellum on the head