HAMLET: Now he’s praying. And now I’ll do it.
And so he goes to heaven!
And that’s my revenge? I should think about this more carefully.
A villain killed my father, and for that, I—my father’s only son—send this same villain to heaven. Oh, this is a prize, not a punishment.
He took my father in the middle of his life, with all his sins in full bloom, before he could repent and be forgiven for them!
Heaven only knows how many sins my father must pay for now! But I believe he bears a heavy debt.