Hamlet act 5 scene 1

what does Hamlet learn about the importance of wordly deeds after death when he looks at the skul

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Hamlet learns that our worldly deeds mean little in the context of death and eternity. People like Alexander the Great, despite being a great conqueror, ends up the same as everybody. He returns to the dirt and is of no importance in the grand scheme of things.