Ephemeral Existence: A Continuation of Desiderata

And remember, in the midst of all the chaos and turmoil, to find moments of stillness and tranquility. Seek out the beauty in the world around you, and let it nourish your soul. Allow yourself to be moved by the wonders of nature, and let the majesty of the universe remind you of your own smallness and insignificance.

As you journey through life, strive to be a beacon of light and hope for those around you. Offer a helping hand to those in need, and extend compassion and understanding to all those you encounter. Embrace the power of kindness and love, and let it guide your actions and decisions.

Remember that life is a journey, and that the path is not always clear. There will be times of confusion and uncertainty, but do not let them discourage you. Instead, embrace the unknown and allow it to shape and mold you. Learn from your mistakes and failures, and let them make you stronger and more resilient.

In the end, it is not about the destination, but about the journey. The beauty of life is not in the final outcome, but in the moments of joy and wonder that we experience along the way. So go forth with an open heart and a curious mind, and let the journey unfold before you. And remember, amidst all the noise and haste, to find peace in your soul.

About this poem

the continuation of the Desiderata by Max Ehrmann 1927 , is a reflection on the importance of inner peace, self-reflection, and empathy. The poem encourages individuals to find beauty in the world around them, to embrace uncertainty, and to be a positive influence for others. The use of complex and meaningful language adds depth and complexity to the message of the poem, making it a powerful and meaningful read.

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Written on January 14, 2023

Submitted by Mawphniang.Napoleon on January 14, 2023

Modified on March 05, 2023

1:12 min read

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Mawphniang Napoleon

Mawphniang is a person who is always striving to live life to the fullest. He is someone who is always open to new ideas and ways of living and is unafraid to take risks in order to explore the unknown. He is passionate about life and is always looking for ways to make use of his time and energy. He has an inquisitive nature, and is always looking for answers to life's mysteries and questions. Though Mawphniang does not pretend to have all the answers, he is determined to taste life and live a simple life, without overcomplicating things. He's a person who appreciates the small moments and cherishes the little things in life. He enjoys spending time in nature, exploring the world, and connecting with people. He is a person who is always up for a new adventure and never stops learning. He is on a daily journey of self-discovery, trying to make sense of the world and his place in it. more…

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