Have you ever read Macbeth, wonderful,isn't it .Well I read it and studied it as the drama course in college.The idea is that I picked a fantastic quotation which implies a great advice. Do you agree with Shakespeare or not??

Give sorrow words: the grief, that doesn't speak

Whispers the o'er-fraughted heart,and bids it break.
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Hey The Sweet Desert,
I'm "aassif" I can't make any intelligent comment on the quotation, for, I didn't do any English litterature.(I'm more Moliere than Shakespeare) but I'd like to know more about it. So can u share your views about the quotation with me?

Merci d'avance. (It's French, and it means : "Shoukran").

See you.
RULE, as long as we're in an English forum, no other languages are allowd, not French and not even Arabic....please stick to the rule because it actually is for your own good.

Well ,concerning this quotation, it's about the fact that it's better to talk whenever you feel depressed.Sorry adomi , mom is nagging and I've got to logout..Emotion: embarrassed
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RULE, as long as we're in an English forum, no other languages are allowd, not French and not even Arabic....please stick to the rule because it actually is for your own good.

Well ,concerning this quotation, it's about the fact that it's better to talk whenever you feel depressed.Sorry adomi , mom is nagging and I've got to logout..Emotion: embarrassed
See, thanks to mum, I made myself look like a fool and I posted my reply TWISE. Also , I'm sorry for the spelling mistake in the first line, I wrote allowd which must be substituted for , allowed.Back to our point ,and let me ask you if you think it's better to open your heart for somebody or you think it's better to keep your sorrows for yourself??? Please answer me.

HOW..I wonder how you never did any literature, English literature is so full of great works, so you better read some.Emotion: surprise
Allright! For now on, I'll stick to the RULE, and I'll try to English it up, everytime I'll be here..it's for my own sake anyway, and while we're at that, "TWISE" is actually spelled TWI"C"E, with a "C" rather that an "S".Emotion: embarrassed

Back to the points of your last post.

1- Opening yourself to somebody:

Well, I think it depends on "who" that somebody is, and what type of relationship you do have with that "somebody". Keeping your feelings, whatever they are, for yourself, isn't always the right thing. If you are happy, I think you can share your happiness with the people you love.Similarly, in times of sorrow, opening your heart to the person(s) you trust can give you some comfort, and ease your pains. Likewise, if it is someone you love, well, things may be different as well, depending on the depth of your feelings toward that person, as well as that person's feelings for you. Now, what's BETTER?....I guess only the situation we're facing can tell us....Anyway, that's how I see things...I might be way out of the line.Emotion: zip it

2-English litterature:

In my country, there are two education systems. One is english speaking, and the other one is French speaking. I did the second one. In High school, we had languages subject(French, English,German/Spanish), but the emphasis was put on the spelling and speaking, specially, the grammar, figures of style, and so on.. However, I remember one of my englih teacher,(I can't remember the class I was doing back then), mentionning the name of Shakespeare. But It has never meant anything to me. The real Litterature, French/English, is really done a University level. There are departments of Litterature, and they teach(I guess) everything concerning the stream you follow. I'm not a student of Litterature. I'm rather computer scienceEmotion: computer. Though I like reading, my favourite are novels.(Agatha Christie, Konsalik, S.A.S, Executeur.....Emotion: hmm). But I think It can't do me any bad if I try something from the other side, can it?

I hate to interfere in people's busness, so please don't take it amiss, but I think you can give your Mom some time, at times. Don't be harsh or mad at her for the littlle mistakes you made. Emotion: embarrassed

Take care.
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TWICE it is. Thanks adomi for your correction, I really like accurate people but remember that even native speakers commit mistakes, don't they?.Your words were all marvelous and the advice you gave me about dealing with mom, how wonderful it is to have a sincere person like you.Emotion: smileEmotion: smile

JOKE...you have a spellling mistake in the word , business, you forgot the,i, got ya pal.Emotion: big smileEmotion: surprise
Hi The Sweet Desert,
The Sweet Desert I really like accurate people
so do I, but I really doubt I'm that much accurate Emotion: smile
remember that even native speakers commit mistakes, don't they?.
I guess they are, but I'm not a native English SpeakerEmotion: smile
Your words were all marvelous and the advice you gave me about dealing with mom, how wonderful it is to have a sincere person like you.
Thanks,but don't put too much trust in me, I might disappoint you as well(though I don't want to). remember.....I'm what they call a "Human Being"! Emotion: wink
JOKE...you have a spellling mistake in the word , business, you forgot the,i, got ya pal.
Yep! You got me... Thanks for noticing it for me, and prepare yourself to see many of this kind of mispelling from me..so, don't freak out.Emotion: big smileEmotion: wink

Hey guess what? you wrote "spelling" with three "l" ....we really better stick to the RULE.Emotion: big smile
adomi, let me confess that we are humanbeings;

1- We have limited knowldge .

2- We make the silliest of mistakes.
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