Cheer up with a Shakespearean Cheer-up Quote

Cheer your heart; Be you not troubled with the time...“… Cheer your heart;
Be you not troubled with the time, which drives
O’er your content these strong necessities;
But let determined things to destiny
Hold unbewail’d their way”

(Antony and Cleopatra, act 3, sc. 6)

Comments.  According to scientists and other experts, good poetry has an intrinsic therapeutic value. These lines are of universal application, individually and at large.

Tips for Use.  Self explanatory, an invitation to cheer up with a touch of Shakespearean elegance.

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In the play. Octavian to sister Octavia, who, abandoned by husband Antony returns somewhat dejected to
Rome.

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  • Great collection. Shakespeare has a myriad “applications”.