Shakespeare and His Wisdom



To read Shakespeare stories is to learn about human nature.

How men described as deceitful and discriminating creatures, but sometimes also fair and devoted.

Macbeth show us the nature of man who will do anything to get the throne, power and money until he's willing to commit murder upon his fellowmen.

Or Othello, who failed to conquered his own jealousy and tragically ending his innocent wife's life. The event concern Iago, two face, backstabber creature of man, who can spread lies and slanders which is more dangerous than the venom of a serpent. So slick Iago was, until he can convinced Othello to kill his own beloved wife.

My favourite is Timon of Athens, who was betrayed by his own fellowmen after all the good deeds he has done to them. There's a lesson here that a man is not more gracious than a dog.

My other favourite is Merchant of Venice. It tells about the strict law of distinction and discrimination act against the Jews. And the consequences that could happen if a man live in a supressed condition.

Also, notable story of King Lear, whose abandoned by his own children after he became old and weak and no longer sit on the throne.

Shakespeare stories also give another lesson, that in life,  virtues aren't always has it's rewards.
Sometimes they look so wasted.


- from the sight of cynical and bitter creature -


 

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