According to Wikipedia, Desiderata – Latin for “desired things” – is a 1927 prose poem by American writer Max Ehrmann (1872-1945) that only became widely known after its use in a compilation of devotional materials, subsequently found at the deathbed of Adlai Stevenson II twenty years after the author’s own death.
The reason I wanted toshare it with you today though, word for word, is because (ironically) they’re words to live by, and because sometimes my job as a writer is to know when I couldn’t have said it any better . . .
So, without further ado:
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