It’s no surprise that Miley Cyrus has added yet another tattoo to her list of 14. Seen yesterday sporting this forearm piece after a Pilates class, Miley’s latest addition is pretty unique if you ask me. Most of her tattoos are adorable while other are unexplained, like the Roman numerals on her right forearm and the mysterious skull on inside of her right foot that she shares with future husband, Liam Hemsworth, but her new tattooed quote is deeper and makes you think.
It reads, “So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat.” It’s a quote from Theodore Roosevelt’s 1910 speech “Citizenship in a Republic,” or “The Man in the Arena,” and my guess is that refers to her future with Liam. My translation: They will never surround their marriage and/or home with negativity nor with those who are jealous and deceitful. I think the quote is really cute, especially since she is newly engaged, and I’m particularly biased because I’m a huge fan of large forearm tattoos.
How would you translate Miley’s new tattoo? Do you love it or hate it?