First off, I apologize to my faithful readers for being absent in my writing, as I'm still getting used to it. I have had many thoughts about Hamlet, but one that was most interesting and applicable was, well, relating my own personality to Hamlet. I am not the most direct person when it comes to many confrontations. Now, I'm not saying I don't get anything done ever, I just feel I have too many times where I think so much about what it is I should do that I accomplish nothing.
Yeah, I'm saying sometimes I can be the leave a note by the sink kind of guy, and then do no follow-up. I can be the say something witty yet hint at something I wish you did differently or didn't do. However, seeing the extremity of Hamlet's behavior (and lack of behavior) reminded me that if I need to do something important, at least I know several ways not to do it.