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'Vitae summa brevis' will work to express the phrase 'Life's too short'.  Literally translated, it is:  'Life's brief total'. 

Hope this helps

"Vita brevis" is my best guess.

Thank you Tessa

If you're in an English class your teacher might be referring to the phrase 'carpe diem' literally, 'sieze the day'.  Lots of poetry referencing this!

Thank you very much Anna

Vita brevior est. Comparative adjective can be translated as "too..."

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