Worthy things to strive for.
Rudyard Kipling! What great, lofty goals!
Love this! Shared it on Facebook. Thanks for liking my blog post #BlogFlash2013 Day 8: Chocolate!
One of my favorite poems of all time. This poem also inspired me to try my hand at poetry 🙂
I have always love this but haven’t read it in ages. Thanks for Posting it!
And thanks for stopping by my Post.
Had the disaster – still awaiting the triumph 🙂 Thanks for stopping by my ‘On Blogging’ post.
Great poem, apparently it’s one of the nation’s favourites over here. Thanks for visiting me too!
AN excellent inspirational piece. Thanks for posting and thanks for pausing to read my blog.
Great poem, I’ve heard it many times! Thank you again for liking Newbie Writers Guide!
Love the old style text. Thanks for visiting my blog.
I haven’t read this in years. Thanks for the post.
It’s a wonderful poem. Thanks for posting!
One of my favorite poems and once upon a time I memorized it. “IF you can keep your head…”IF you can dream….”IF you can make one heap of all your winnings…”IF you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue….__”you’ll be a Man, my son”. (And, IF we can learn from this poem, then we have achieved something).
Lovely words. Thanks for the like too
Beautiful poetry! Nicely done! Thank you for the like on my blog. I like yours too.
And thank you too
To Rudyard Kipling
Kipling was a pretty good poet!
Certainly a great inspiration! Thank you
A wonderful poem. Incredibly insightful.
LOvely words to live by. Did you know that Rudyard Kipling loved India?
It Is really beautiful. I have been thinking about it since I first read it here on your blog. Reblogging it.
Reblogged this on Black Grey and White and commented:
I read it and loved it!
I JUST began memorizing this today!
Great blog and very inspirational
I always feel a serene delight reading these words!
Thank you Piyush.
This is one of my all time favorite pieces. And today I so needed to read the words again. Thank you. 🙂
Thanks for visiting my blog. It’s interesting that you posted this poem – I read it as a child (never really understanding it then) and now I’ve seen it several times recently. Thanks for the reminder. Good luck with your blog!
Love this! I’m going to make to make a copy of this and keep it by my desk to remind me of how I can be a better person.
Beautiful. I am going to share this. What you do and what you write demonstrates that you definitely have your priorities right. Thank you for liking my blog post.
Love Kipling’s text. Read it a long long time ago. Its value only comes clear later, after a few bangs on the head. But that’s called Life. I also find it… interesting for someone from India to quote Kipling! 🙂 (I was born in Pakistan myself) Thanks for visiting my blog.
Great stuff. I have heard that Kipling based this on yogic teaching that he encountered when he lived in India.
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