Cuenta tu jardín por las flores, no por las hojas caídas.


VIDEOS PRECIOSOS DE FLORES ABRIÉNDOSE EN:

http://evolucionando2.blogspot.com/2007/09/flores.html

Cuenta tu jardín por las flores
no por las hojas caídas.
Cuanta tus días por las horas doradas,
no por las penas vividas.
Cuenta tus noches por las estrellas del cielo,
no por las sombras habidas.
Cuenta tu vida por sonrisas,
no por llantos derramados.
Cuenta tu edad por amigos,
no por los años pasados.
Así, de forma tan simple,
de verdad HABRÁS VIVIDO

POEMA DE Roger Patrón Luján (recomendado por Leopoldo Trillo)

CORRECIÓN:

PARECE QUE AL MENOS UNA DE LA PARTES DEL POEMA CORRESPONDERÍA A MAY D.CASWELL. 

(Info compartida por Elena Fernández, a la que damos las gracias por compartir)

“To count my garden by the flowers, never by the leaves that fall;
Count my days by golden hours, don’t remember clouds at all.
Count my nights by stars, not shadows, count my life by smiles not tears”

La autora del poema es May D.Caswell y lo escribió en 1941

My Daily Prayer

God grant to me the strength of heart, of motive and of will,
To do my part and falter not, This purpose to fulfill.

To be a little kindlier with the passing of each day;
To leave but happy memories as I go along my way;
To use possessions that are mine in service full and free;
To sacrifice the trivial things for larger good to be;
To give of love in lavish way that friendships true may live;
To be less quick to criticize more ready to forgive;
To use such talents as I have that happiness may grow;
To be quite free from self interest, what’ere the task I do;
To take the bitter with the sweet, assured ‘tis better so;
To help the world’s faith in God and right, no matter how things run;
To work and plan and trust and pray, until the Journey’s done.
To count my garden by the flowers, never by the leaves that fall;
Count my days by golden hours, don’t remember clouds at all.
Count my nights by stars, not shadows, count my life by smiles not tears,
And with joy through all my lifetime, count my age by friends not years.

May D. Caswell
Dec. 3, 1941

 

VIDEOS PRECIOSOS DE FLORES ABRIÉNDOSE EN:

http://evolucionando2.blogspot.com/2007/09/flores.html

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9 comentarios en “Cuenta tu jardín por las flores, no por las hojas caídas.

  1. El poema es del mejicano Roger Patrón Luján. Lo lei en el libro de Bernabé Tierno “Aprendiz de sabio”. Te recomiendo los libros de Roger Patrón y sin duda los de Bernabé Tierno

  2. La autora del poema es May D.Caswell y lo escribió en 1941

    My Daily Prayer

    God grant to me the strength of heart, of motive and of will,
    To do my part and falter not, This purpose to fulfill.

    To be a little kindlier with the passing of each day;
    To leave but happy memories as I go along my way;
    To use possessions that are mine in service full and free;
    To sacrifice the trivial things for larger good to be;
    To give of love in lavish way that friendships true may live;
    To be less quick to criticize more ready to forgive;
    To use such talents as I have that happiness may grow;
    To be quite free from self interest, what’ere the task I do;
    To take the bitter with the sweet, assured ‘tis better so;
    To help the world’s faith in God and right, no matter how things run;
    To work and plan and trust and pray, until the Journey’s done.
    To count my garden by the flowers, never by the leaves that fall;
    Count my days by golden hours, don’t remember clouds at all.
    Count my nights by stars, not shadows, count my life by smiles not tears,
    And with joy through all my lifetime, count my age by friends not years.

    May D. Caswell
    Dec. 3, 1941

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