I knew that a "soliloquy" had something to do with talking and the "sol" part was a nice clue that it meant single because of "solo". But I just liked the way the phrase flowed - Sunday Morning Soliloquy.
Last night at a networking event, I handed someone my blog card and he asked me, "What does that word mean?" I was slightly stumped myself. Not because I didn't know, because I've looked it up 100X since I started this blog, but I could not articulate it in a way that sounded remotely eloquent.
This morning when I woke up, I decided to look the word up again. I surfed through various definitions and finally found one that really defined the word "Soliloquy" best. Here is the definition of Soliloquy...
I named my blog without knowing 100% what the word meant but as it turns out, no one word could describe me better. I talk to myself ALL THE TIME. And this vehicle, my blog, is where I am able to publish my "audible oratory or conversation" with myself. This is my soliloquy. That I write more often than just Sunday.
Before I close this post. I want to share with you a few line from a soliloquy from Shakespeare's Hamlet. My favorite line is bold.
O, what a rogue and peasant slave am I!
Is it not monstrous that this player here,
But in a fiction, in a dream of passion,
Could force his soul so to his own conceit