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Can I live without knowing my own true self?

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WasQuote bible to thine own self be true?

"This above all: to thine own self be true,/And it must follow, as the night the day,/Thou cans't not be false to any man " --- Shakespeare in his play Hamlet

Where in the Bible do we find the saying 'To thine own self be true'?

That quote is not from the Bible; it's from Shakespeare's Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 3, Lines 78-81. Polonius is speaking to his son, Laertes. "This above all: to thine own self b

What is the title of the poem to thine own self be true?

  Technically, it is not a poem; it is a soliloquy from Hamlet (one of several).    Yet here, Laertes! Aboard, aboard for shame! The wind sits in the shoulder of

How old do you have to be to live on your own without parents in Ontario Canada?

I believe that when you are sixteen in Ontario you can leave and even if your parents want you to come back the police cannot make you. Keep in mind that at sixteen you are st

What is the meaning of 'to thine own self be true'?

To the modern ear it means that you are healthier and happier when you act according to your own personal convictions and beliefs rather than acting to please others. This is

What is a coin with the inscription to thine own self be true?

If you're talking about a coin that looks like this: (shown in the related link) or similar to it, it's given to members of AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) after they've been succes

Is it true or false that you eat about one pound of insects a year without even knowing it?

There is no scientific evidence that shows that a person eats any certain amount of insects each year. It also depends what your asking here, as in finding them in your food o

What does Shakespeare's to thine own self be true mean?

The phrase is spoken by Polonius in Hamlet. It means "Do not deceive yourself". To deceive yourself (kid yourself, lie to yourself) is sometimes easier than deceiving other pe

What does to thine own self be true?

ACTUALLY...... the bible don'ts say that. Anywhere. At all. That would be a quote from Shakespear. (or however you spell it). THE BIBLE says to be true to YHVH (G-D) and to be