This post is one of my recent favorites. The insight and wisdom shared is to say the least well expressed, well written, and is based on a written truth from on of our Historical artists with the gift of expression through words! You won’t be disappointed and stop by her page and share a smile a like and even a thought she would love have you share some love!
Like all of us, Shakespeare’s Polonius had his flaws; if not, then he wouldn’t have been human. Nonetheless, the advice he gave was poignant and true: “This above all: to thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man.”
There is no selfish guile hidden within this statement. It does not say: lie to others to get your way, manipulate to control, or use people to fill one’s void. Those methods, although wildly prominent in today’s world, are all indicative of one being false not only to others, but – to themselves. Like fragile threads that snap and unravel easily, it is that falsehood that is breaking down the fabric of society. We no longer have a tight weave holding us together. We are no longer blanketed in integrity. Instead, the fabric of mankind is growing…
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