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About the Poem

I was inspired to write this poem to remind people that life's quality, and pleasure, doesn't always lie in materialistic things, but within ourselves, that we shouldn't take life for granted and we should live each day to the fullest. Sometimes the world can be an ugly place, but with love in our hearts it can be beautiful.

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Tori
I just want to say this is a very good poem. Short and exactly to the point.

Life's Qualities

The quality of life is in the mind,
Not in material things.
The world is filled with beauty,
when your heart is filled with love.
So live everyday of your life
as though it were your last.
Cherish yesterday, dream tomorrow,
Live today.

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