...Who could refrain, That had a heart to love, and in that heart Courage to make love known?

William Shakespeare
...Who could refrain, 	 That had a heart to love, and...
...Who could refrain, 	 That had a heart to love, and...
...Who could refrain, 	 That had a heart to love, and...
...Who could refrain, 	 That had a heart to love, and...
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When Shakespeare wrote these lines, he was essentially saying that if you have the courage to love, then there is no reason why you shouldn’t tell that love to your friends. It is true that one might be embarrassed to show their true feelings to others, but not having the courage to be open about it only makes you feel more alone. When you are at a loss of what to say or how to express yourself, there are some simple words that can help you get through the day.

Source: Macbeth

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