William Shakespeare's Famous Quotes

Quotes of the Week - November 1, 2012

Quote of the Day

In William Shakespeare's play Hamlet, hamlet says," There is nothing either god or bad, but thinking makes it so. This simply means a universal truth is claimed: there is no Good nor Evil, indeed, even no "good or bad." Rather, "thinking" determines all. Hamlet says this in a room in the castle to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. A persons thoughts either corrupt something good or enlighten something bad. The single problem with this is, what if some things are always Good, and you happen to think otherwise? Then, by Truth, you would have to re-pent, re-think