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Magical union of the souls.


Magical union of the holy spirit, the father and the son.

1+1+1+ … +1=1

Magic life thanks to so many days…

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“Trifles light as air are to the jealous confirmations strong as proofs of holy writ.”

– Iago (Act III, Scene 3 – Othello)

The most important and famous object in the play is Othello’s handkerchief which he gives to Desdemona as a first gift telling her that it holds tremendous importance to him and that it was given to his mother by an Egyptian charmer to keep his father under her spell. Desdemona accidentally drop it and it is picked by Iago’s wife Emilia. This famous line is said by Iago in a monologue after he gets possession of the handkerchief from his wife and is buoyant that he may use it to further poison Othello. It means that trifles or things of little value become as valid a proof as holy writing to the one who is jealous. The handkerchief and its symbolism have been much analyzed. That it is symbolic of Desdemona’s fidelity is perhaps Shakespeare’s way of conveying how fragile a jealous mind is.

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“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet”

–  Juliet (Act II, Scene 2– Romeo and Juliet)

One of Shakespeare’s most quoted quotations in which Juliet is saying that name is just a meaningless convention and a rose by any other name would still be a rose, with all its qualities. She says these lines because she has fallen in love with Romeo who belongs to the family of their rivals and his name makes it very difficult for them to be together. Hence she is arguing that name of things is not important, what matters is what things “are”.


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