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A good day to die or today is a aτομοs (atomos) - Kra - Life~Today Is A Very Good Day To Die~ day to die is a phrase historically associated with certain Native American cultures, although it appears to mischaracterize the historical sources, and its actual origin is unclear.
The phrase has since been appropriated into other cultural contexts. For example, in the Star Trek franchise, it occurs several times as a Klingon saying, with Star Trek writer Marc Okrand proposing several ways to say the phrase in the Klingon language. In the presence of fourteen hundred Indians he mounted a little knoll and electrified the camp with the exclamation: '"This is a good day to die.
Who will die with me? In squads they came over and gathered close around the fearless insurgent. The rebellion was a success. To avoid a doubtful civil war Sitting Bull concluded to spare the lives Baby Today - The Swimming Pool Qs - 1984-1986: The A&M Years (Box Set, Album, Album) his prisoners.
This phrase means, "I am ready for whatever comes. Another author describes it as the ending of a Lakota Sioux prayer. Regarding the war cry "today is a good day to die," most presume the now-popular statement refers to patriotic sentiment. That is, warriors should always be willing to die while proudly defending their families and home territory. Indeed, such was probably at the heart of the phrase when skirmishing the cavalry. An unsolicited interpretation offered by an Ottawa woman, however, carried a different meaning.
Aτομοs (atomos) - Kra - Life~Today Is A Very Good Day To Die~ should always be prepared to die, and have no regrets. That's why it's important to begin each day fresh, and not let past problems or present distractions cloud how God wants us to live.