William Shakespeare Once Said…

William Shakespeare was born on 26 April 1564 and died on 23 April 1616. William was an English poet, playwright, and actor.

Never play with the feelings of others because, you may win the game but the risk is, that you surely lose the person for a lifetime. – William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare is legendary for his words and has written many prophetic things. I liked this quote about playing with the feelings of someone because it goes to show when you fight with someone now and you win, it chips away at the person and could easily result in losing them. So William says be kind and don’t have to get the last word, don’t have to win all the time and just for heaven sake be nice, be kind and be mindful of one another if you want to have them in your life.

Hell is empty and all the devils are here. – William Shakespeare

Many people have speculated about heaven and hell. I too have and one of the things that I hope may be true is that there is a better place and not everyone goes to it or there are levels of sorts and if you’re a devil you will respawn until you learn how to be nice and do good. I know of hell on earth, I have experienced it personally and have met many devils. I’ve also been acquainted with angels and I can tell you I’d rather spend my time being nice and being with angels than having spent as much time with devils as I have.

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