We can all agree that quotes and quotations, whether they’d be from a show, movie, literary work, etcetera, are single handedly the most effective form of inspiration and motivation anyone can use to brighten their day. The quotes we will be discussing here are all from works by William Shakespeare. Shakespeare is considered by many to be the greatest writer in the English language. His impact is tremendous, and students of each age keep on being intrigued by his ageless works. Here, we will be looking at three quotes and finding the meaning behind them. The first quote we’ll be looking at is, “Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind, and therefore is winged Cupid painted blind.” (A Midsummer Night’s Dream). This tells us that looks on a person, or a thing, should not be what determines their character and should loved for who they are and what is inside. The second quote is, “To be, or not to be: that is the question.” (Hamlet Act 3, Scene 1). Here, Hamlet is essentially thinking about suicide on and off all through his monologues. In this monologue, he compares death to a little rest, which he supposes wouldn’t be so awful. The main catch is that we may have dreams when dead—nightmares. And lastly, the third quote is, “Off with his head!” (Richard III). Richard yells this about his former companion, Hastings, having just deceived him into denouncing witchcraft, at that point blaming him freely for a similar trickery.Works Cited:”Ten Of The Best Shakespeare Quotes (And What They Actually Mean).” Oxford Learning College, 4 June 2015, www.oxfordcollege.ac/news/five-best-shakespeare-quotes-actually-mean/.Ed. “NoSweatShakespeare.” No Sweat Shakespeare, 16 Apr. 2017, www.nosweatshakespeare.com/quotes/famous-shakespeare-quotes/.Wilson, Chris. “William Shakespeare: See the Top 15 Quotes From His Plays.” Time, Time, 21 Apr. 2016, time.com/4299219/william-shakespeare-plays-quotes-kindle/.