To commemorate William Shakespeare’s 400th Death Anniversary, Let’s remember one of the remarkable quotes the legendary playwright had.
“A horse, a horse! My kingdom for a horse!”
This outrageous statement is definitely a farce. Who is the sane scion who would trade his own kingdom – an invaluable possession – for a common, cheap horse? and it’s just a horse – a single horse, not a multitude of it to suffice the value of a kingdom.
But even the most worthless thing in life could be invaluable when in dire need.
This quote is the most remarkable quote that will add to my philosophy. Nothing be worthy when it is needless; but anything will be when needed. The value of something is not intrinsic and fixed as it varies on the need and the usefulness of it.