Monday, November 5, 2018

CharlieP meets Hamlet..

CharlieP meets Hamlet

My friend CharlieP
noted the soliloquy significance
of Hamlet's musing on suicide..
Hamlet's point-of-view
seems to be that of separation
in which a glimpse of 
the opening provided by death
beacons with fear of the
Point-of-view is the key
which when matured
will reveal the opening
as grace...

Thanks, CP..!
CC et al -
        Mark Twain's experience in dreamland is quite interesting, and I can relate a bit, because in my dreams everything seems real and normal, but upon awakening and remembering the dream I always think:  That dream contained an activity that made no sense what so ever in real life.  (I know, some will say every dream has some kind of metaphorical meaning or message) 
        I'm certainly hoping the Afterlife is not like the dreamland I experience, 'though we are told there are similarities like..... we can create something at will. 
        The line from Shakespeare is meaningful:  "To die, to sleep - to sleep - perhaps to dream:  ay, there's the rub...... for in that sleep of death what dreams may come when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause"
        Of course, we all relate to dreams; they happen every night.  Do they really have a purpose?  "Of course" so many will say.  I once owned a BMW motorcycle.  Two times I dreamed I wrecked it and died from the crash.  I sold it shortly after the second dream.

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