Are we paraphrasing here? Thinking, perhaps of Polonius' speech to Laertes? "This above all: to thine ownself be true, And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man." (Hamlet I, iii) This has been repinned 59 times! William Shakespeare never said "Love all," I promise you. Thoughts, Tattoo Ideas, Inspiration, Trust, Wisdom, Williams Shakespeare, Life Mottos, Living, Shakespeare Quotes
Because I am the one who faces myself each day in the mirror (and before God). Hamlet Act 1, scene 3, 78-82 By "false" Polonius seems to mean "disadvantageous" or "detrimental to your image"; by "true" he means "loyal to your own best interests." Take care of yourself first, he counsels, and that way you'll be in a position to take care of others.
I would challenge you to a battle of wits, but I see that you are unarmed. (by taosgargirl, $20.00)