“Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.”~ William Shakespeare
This was by far the most popular quote of last week. I tried to make all of my quotes love related last week with the holiday and stumbled across this one from “Alls Well that Ends Well.” I think this simple sentence sums up the meaning of life, so to speak. We are here to love one another. But, while the second idea can border paranoia, I think there is some truth to it. Trust no one. In other words, don’t be taken advantage of. Don’t assume people have your best intentions at heart. Be cautious, maybe, is a better way of saying it.
And the last, to do no wrong. Such a simple concept and yet something that is difficult sometimes. But, really, it goes back to the first. Just to love one another. There have been countless songs proclaiming this anthem. It is a strong desire to strive for, at the very least.