Happy Thoughts – Poetry Prose Day

Hello, today is Poetry Prose Day, and I read the poem “If” by Rudyard Kipling for you. We’ve also got affirmation.

 

colourfulpoppies.jpgRudyard Kipling is one of the best-known of the late Victorian poets and story-tellers. He lived from 1865 to 1936.

Originally published in 1895, “If” is a very inspirational poem is written in the form of paternal advice to the poet’s son, John.The ideas are just as contemporary today as when the poem was written.

It’s about keeping one’s balance when everything is churning about you. It’s about being true to ourselves and staying on the path, and not getting drawn into other people’s dramas. It’s about being happy within ourselves.

Of course I couldn’t help adding an extra line at the end to make the poem apply to both sexes!

“If” by Rudyard Kipling…

 

Feel free to add comments to the blog, or tweet us at twitter @stefsvoice.

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Find us on itunes, Amazon and Google Play: search for “Stefania Lintonbon” for a selection of affirmation and meditation mp3s. They retail for around a £.99 [$.99] investment per mp3.

● Affirmations for Better Breathing
● Affirmations for Better Confidence, Vitality and Energy
● Affirmations for Health and Well Being
● Affirmations for Children & Teens
● Rose Quartz Meditation
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● Power Up! 25 Positive Affirmations to Start Your Day
● Power Down! 25 Positive Affirmations to
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About stefsvoice

Hi! I'm an American voice actress based in England. I believe wholeheartedly in the power of positive thinking, meditation and positive affirmations. That is why I started "Happy Thoughts", the Positive Affirmations and Audio stories podcast/blog. It's a quick burst of positive energy to help keep us on the right track. I've also recorded mp3s on itunes & Amazon (Stefania Lintonbon) for on-the go/anytime encouragement.
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