We all know Susan Boyle dreamed a dream in time gone by but so did Ralph Waldo Emerson.


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  1. May life kill the dream he dreamed—for that would be a world without philosophers, without psychologists, journalists, comedians, and even without humorists. That dream would be a nightmare.

    BTW, though this quotation is often attributed to Emerson, Shakespeare said it first–in “Hamlet,” Act 3, Scene 1 (the “To be or not to be” soliloquy): “To sleep, perchance to dream of a world in which chickens . . . “

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