Whether pleasant or unpleasant, one must be ready to face one’s destiny

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It is not for mortals to know the future. One may never know what lies before them, or how far in the future it lies. Even when one knows that an event is inevitable, fate keeps its time unknown. It is for that in which one must be prepared. Since one cannot control what fate has in store for them, they must be prepared to endure whatever may come, whether for good or for bad. …

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…current monarchy is only truly seen through his actions. Words are meaningless if there is no follow up in action. “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” When the situation for which Hamlet prepared and Horatio feared arrived, Hamlet acted with the decisiveness and resolution he pours forth in his speech. Hamlet possessed what he preached. “Yet it will come: the readiness is all.” ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **Bibliography**