What are the values underscored in the poem Desiderata?
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The values underscored in the poem are when the speaker says “listen to the others, even to the dull and the ignorant.” The speaker means to imply that everyone deserves to be heard as they too “have their story.” Everyone wants to be heard but no one wants to listen. Which is why the speaker also says that wherever there’s peace, “there may be in silence.” To be on good terms with all, one needs to respect the sense of privacy and the right to be heard by all people.
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