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Need help translating personal motto into Latin  
by Elan-vital (UN), Last modified: 2017-02-25, 13:07  Spam?  
The motto is:

"love reality".

It is based on the idea that most problems in the world emanate from an unwillingness to face reality. And wisdom, even good physical health, and financial prosperity, and much more can come from loving reality as it is.

Another version of this motto is:

"love the truth".

Would any of the Latin speakers in this forum help me translate these two versions of the motto?

Many thanks,

Omar
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by khanzat, 2017-02-25, 13:30  Spam?  92.186.68....
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"love reality".
Realitatem ama/amate (you singular/you plural)

"love the truth".
Veritatem ama/amate (you singular/you plural)
Vera (this means "the real things") ama/amate (you singular/you plural)
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by Elan-vital (UN), 2017-02-27, 13:03  Spam?  
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Many thanks... this has been very helpful

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