Don T Make Permanent Decisions In Macbeth By William Shakespeare

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“Don’t make permanent decisions based on temporary feelings,” Bobby Umar once said. We, as humans, sometimes do this to satisfy our immediate wants, such as love or money, because we don’t think much about what it could lead to in the future. A lot of times, it leads to consequences and regrets later on. In the play Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, this situation is clearly shown by the protagonist, Macbeth. The play takes place in Scotland during the medieval times, with Duncan, the king, ruling the land. Macbeth, a general in the Scottish army, decides to murder Duncan to gain kingship after hearing a prophecy from three witches. He is initially hesitant, but eventually his ambition overpowers his moral beliefs, and he becomes the king of

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