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Right ON, chef!
I agree with you about inspiration. Look at some of the greatest love stories that have come from these times.
Romeo and Juliet is a remarkable story, namely because they were so young. However, kids had to grow up quickly back in those days, as their lives were so much shorter. I enjoyed that story, because the power of love can overcome so many things.
That's what I was thinking. Granted the jokes of those days are so passé, but I'm just referring to the message in general.
Yes, the message is still powerful for many, but the lofty teachings of modern day Masters are infinitely higher. Shakespeare is superb but essentially earthbound, the modern Rishis are interested in self-transcendence or continual progress.
Dave, I was reflecting upon a lot of his material. If you remove the old language, and replace it with modern, I think it still is valid.
I believe that you have me confused with someone else. I did not say anything about removing the old language, I left it all as it was.