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My Words Fly up My Thoughts Remain below Words without Thoughts Never to Heaven Go?

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'My Words Fly Up my Thoughts Remain Below, words without thoughts never to heaven go' are words that are found in the play 'Hamlet' written by William Shakespeare. It has been interpreted to be a prayer since if you just say the words without any meaning then it is fruitless and not worth much. The prayer needs to have feeling behind it and be sincere in order for it to reach heaven and this was an important factor during this time.
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It means that if you pray, but you're merely saying the words and you don't really feel it and mean it, then your prayer does not reach G-d.
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William Shakespeare said "Words without thoughts never to heaven
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What does this mean from the poem Hamlet 'my words fly up my thoughts remain below words without thoughts never to heaven go'?
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