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April 12

Daily Wisdom

Daily Inspiration

Life of Significant Soil; Meaning of Life; Overcoming; Social Justice; Wisdom

Freelance Monkette

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“Beautiful Life”

~ Ace of Base

“Nor sedulous as I have been to trace/How nature by extrinsic passion first/Peopled the mind with forms sublime or fair,/And made me love them, may I here omit/How other pleasures have been mine, and joys/Of subtler origin; how I have felt,/Not seldom even in that tempestuous time,/Those hallowed and pure motions of the sense/Which seem, in their simplicity, to own/An intellectual charm; that calm delight/Which, if I err not, surely must belong/To those first-born affinities that fit/Our new existence to existing things,/And, in our domain of being, constitute/The bond of union between life and joy.”

                                        William Wordsworth

                                            “The Prelude”