Desiderata, which means “things that are desired,” was written by Max Ehrmann, “because it counsels those virtues I felt most in need of.”
This poem offers a code for life with empasis on tolerance, inclusion and optimism. Gentle guidance is offered to find peace within and accept the world in its entirety.
Since the early 1920s these words have been valued by countless people and rose in popularity in the late ’60s and early ’70s.
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