Yes, base from his work. He mentioned the real thing. What life is like and how we should react to it. ^_^v
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I definitely believe that Longfellow has a strong view about life because it was clearly shown and manifested on the poem he created about the psalm of life. He said in verbatim that "Life is real. Life is earnest! And the grave is not its goal". The statements depicts his positive and strong perception of life despite the visible struggles and hardships. His optimism was also shown in his belief that each tomorrow brings or find us farther than today.
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