Essay on A Comparison of Myself to Hamlet

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My worldview has changed drastically since I last took this class. I had always believed in God, believed he was the creator of all things, the maker of heaven and earth. However, I never knew there could be a relationship with him until I was born again. Now I know that all things are new, all the old has passed. Although, learning to love my enemies has not been easy, I know now that God should be the only one to judge. It is my position no longer to hold a grudge or seek vengeance. Vengeance is not mine and nor should vengeance be anyone’s. No good can ever come from vengeance. Vengeance is the root of all evil, Satan’s sole purpose to seek, kill and destroy.

What is real?
We are all human beings, bearing the same sins and feelings
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Real are the feelings of jealously, anger, turmoil that accompany any situation when we only try to see it from one perspective.
Who am I?
Rooted and grounded in love with all the same attributes of any other human. I can still be quick to judge sometimes but do not speak until I have settled it in my heart. I am kind and loving and have a great care for all creatures on this earth as well as the earth itself. I am often times misunderstood whether it is the way I articulate things or the way I speak it. I know I can be very direct and to the point which others find hurtful or even spiteful. This is an issue I have tried to bring to a resolution however I have not had much luck. Since I have developed a relationship with our Father I don’t feel he wants me to be quiet, meek or humble. I know we are created in his image and there is no one alike. I believe he has given me many gifts and talents and I am blessed. Although, I am sure of many things and I believe the Bible to be complete truth. I find it difficult when the Church suggests otherwise and that I must let go of all things that I love, music, theater, movies etc. because of the message that is behind all of these art forms. My Pastor believes that no good can come from these things because of the evil behind them. This is why in order to love God we must let go of all things, in essence lose ourselves. I have done this for a year and am having
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