Can I live without knowing my own true self?

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Yes, it is quite possible, and indeed many people do so all their lives without knowing who they really are.
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Does the Bible mention To thine own self be true?

The line is from Shakespeare ( Hamlet I iii): This above all: to thine own self be true/ And it must follow, as the night the day,/ Thou canst not then be false to any man.

Who said Know thyself and to thine own self be true?

"Know thyself" is an ancient aphorism of uncertain authorship. "To thine own self be true is said by the fictional character Polonius in the play Hamlet, by William Shakespear

WasQuote bible to thine own self be true?

"This above all: to thine own self be true,/And it must follow, as the night the day,/Thou cans't not be false to any man " --- Shakespeare in his play Hamlet

To thine own self be true who said that in Hamlet?

Polonius says this to his son Laertes. Polonius is one of the most underhand and dishonest characters in the entire play. (In fact he is killed while trying to spy on Hamlet

Where in the Bible do we find the saying 'To thine own self be true'?

That quote is not from the Bible; it's from Shakespeare's Hamlet , Act 1, Scene 3, Lines 78-81. Polonius is speaking to his son, Laertes. "This above all: to thine own sel

What does to thine own self be true?

ACTUALLY...... the bible don'ts say that. Anywhere. At all. That would be a quote from Shakespear. (or however you spell it). THE BIBLE says to be true to YHVH (G-D) and to b

Translate to thine own self be true?

Translating to contemporary English "Be true to yourself."

To thine own self be true is part of Hamlet's soliloquy?

No. Although the phrase does come from Hamlet, Hamlet does not speak it, as part of a soliloquy or otherwise. It is spoken by Polonius, and it is ironic, since Polonius is tot

What is the meaning of 'to thine own self be true'?

To the modern ear it means that you are healthier and happier when you act according to your own personal convictions and beliefs rather than acting to please others. Thi

This above all to thine own self be true?

This phrase is said by the character Polonius in Shakespeare's play Hamlet as a part of a long and rather boring speech in which he is advising his son Laertes on how to behav

To thine own self be true?

The quote " To thine own self be true " was written by Shakespeare. This appears in a speech by Polonius in Hamlet. This is NOT in the Bible.