“Desiderata” by Max Ehrmann (read by Les Crane) #inspirational #prose

“Desiderata” by Max Ehrmann (read by Les Crane)

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Desiderata, by American writer Max Ehrmann (1872–1945), became famous after being found at Adlai Stevenson’s deathbed in 1965.

Hello friends,

Thank you for sharing a Desiderata moment with me.

I wish you good health and much happiness,


Gaye Crispin, #ECSL2016 #SayNØkay2FGM

#ECSL2016 – End Child Slave Labor by 2016

#SayNØkay2FGM – SayNØkay to Female Genital Mutilation


20 Comments on ““Desiderata” by Max Ehrmann (read by Les Crane) #inspirational #prose”

  1. ajarndonald says:

    A very beautiful, meaningful and inspirational song and verse. I really love this Gaye and trust me I am sharing this on all my social sites. Thanks for sharing this Gaye:)

  2. Hello Gaye! Great Blog, very inspirational! You are a great writer, I love reading your stuff! It never disappoints 🙂

  3. Hi Gaye, great content. Thanks for sharing. Cheers!

  4. Very nice thank you Gaye

  5. Great rendition of a classic…

  6. This is such a beautiful and inspirational poem. I posted it on my FB page as well.

  7. charlieslang says:

    Very inspirational spoken word, I enjoyed it!

  8. Desiderata is part of my childhood. I was so inspired by it when I first read it in my younger year. It still has the same effect after reading it again. This brings back a lot of memories. Thanks for sharing Gaye. =)

  9. Great way to start my today… シ

  10. Thanks for sharing! Nice!

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