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  • Trina Lambert

    desiderata. #words #quote #inspiration

  • Beth Maher

    "the desiderata," by max ehrmann -- words of wisdom from dr. holliday

  • Monica Kulenovic

    Desiderata poem - My dad had this hanging in his office. He truly lived by these words. Must read the whole thing, every word is so wise.

  • Jayne Caprara

    I memorized this entirely for a solo expression in High School Drama and LOVE how it is still relevant in my life. #timeless Desiderata. A 1927 prose poem by American writer Max Ehrmann (1872–1945)

  • Gabriel Mansfield

    desiderata tattoo | Desiderata Tattoo - reviews and photos.

  • Donna Moore

    Desiderata. A 1927 prose poem by American writer Max Ehrmann (1872–1945) and DePauw Alum...My favorite poem of all time. Nothing can top this!! READ IT!! I love this so much if we all strive to live by the words the world would be a great place

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This has been my motto for about four years now. This is a beautiful poem.

This is my favorite quote that describes me. I cannot imagine a day going by that I don't research something most people could care less about. You can never stop learning.

Am making our own poster of this for our summer theme this year...

"....Take pride that even though the rest of the world may disagree, you still believe it to be a beautiful place." Oh man, great words!

be gentle with yourself. you are a child of the universe. no less than the trees and the stars. in the noisy confusion of life keep peace in your soul. - Max Ehrmann.

Desiderata Quote Inspirational Quote Art Print, 14.50 This crisp blue and white inspirational quote art print reads: "go placidly amid the noise and the haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence."