Well of course one can create one's own meaning
But in the context of a question from an English student
Does it have a meaning?
If the meaning is up to the interpretation of the individual
Then I would contend that it does not.
Or, it has many.
Tue 12 Oct, 2010 07:34 am
It means to me:
You can have a party and invite 100 people or have a party where you only invite 10. The 10 may be "less bad" (safer, more intimate, quieter) but it would be less joyful.
So . . . .invite everyone to the party, not just the selected few.
This could apply to having friends, too.
Tue 12 Oct, 2010 06:49 pm
I believe it means the more the better but you will not be as happy when you have to count them.
Fri 6 Jul, 2012 11:36 am
it means u can have 1000 citizen under one monarc who will lead
wich is less bad for everyone ( resources, safety, etc ), but the cage less gay (joyful). / gay comes from the latin word "JOY" medievo. the most complex meaning of this qoute is that the meaning is not given by the interpreter but by the time itself.