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Although rather cliche, the closest phrase would probably be "Carpe diem", literally "Seize the day". A more literal translation would be "Vita nimis brevis est", "Vita brevis est", or simply "Vita brevis" depending on how much you want literally expressed and how much you want to leave to the reader's interpretation.

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