Maryam’s Dead Ended, Seemingly Rhetorical but Generally Futile Questions about Life (Part 12)

If the worth of a person lies not in the World’s opinion of them, when there does it lie?

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6 thoughts on “Maryam’s Dead Ended, Seemingly Rhetorical but Generally Futile Questions about Life (Part 12)

  1. Lift mine eyes from the earth and let me
    not forget the use of the stars.
    Forbid that I should judge others,
    lest I condemn myself.
    Let me not follow the clamour of the world,
    But walk quietly in my path.
    Give me a few friends who will love me for who I am,
    and keep ever burning before my vagrant steps
    the kindly light of hope.
    And, though I come not within sight of the castle of my dreams,
    Teach me still to be thankful for life,
    For time’s olden memories that are good and sweet;
    And may the evening’s twilight find me gentle still.

    (Max Ehrmann).

    In other words: you do what you have to do and que sera, sera.

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