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To Each His Own

Posted by Joel Deacon on October 05, 2010 at 00:36

The origin of, "To each his own", comes from MacBeth when Shakespear wrote about Ursis father telling him on his journey, "to each his own,but to thine own self be true, this must follow as night the day, thou cans't be false to any man". All of the entries are wrong, wrong.