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The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare Essay

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The human spirit is one of the most complex systems of emotion that we contain or possess inside our body. For example a rubix cube is very challenging and puzzling and can easily fool you and cause you to grow impatient and angry. Also a puzzle can be just as challenging though easier because of the certain locations of edge pieces. Now apply that to your life you can learn how to be a more understanding patient person by waiting till you are done with the cube or learn nothing but disappointment from leaving it unsolved. Another lesson you learn is to be a great problem solver and in a way it helps you learn to trust by just working on the puzzle and eventually finishing it. In the play written by William Shakespeare all of these lessons…show more content…
Even though she knows he is a man of faith that lingering question of whether he is just trying to end his little lie. For example in Act 4 Scene 3 Juliet says “What if it be a poison which the friar, subtly hath minist’red to have me dead.” She is in shock that this might be an actual possibility that he might be attempting to murder her. Thusly, trust is defiantly one honor of another human being to be earned and not deceived. Furthermore, not just in our body but mind we are always very eager to get what we want and may or may not deserve. In the play The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare there are many instances when someone wants what they can’t have and have what they don’t want. For instance in Act 1 Scene 5 Tybalt says “It fits when such a villain is a guest, I’ll not endure him.” Tybalt is trying to convince Capulet that Romeo is causing nothing but trouble and dismay; Capulet quickly denies him the ability to throw Romeo out and crash his party. Much to his anger Tybalt is calm-ish and vows to jack Romeo later in the play. The end result of course is Tybalt attacking Romeo and Tybalt dying causing later drama. Clearly, we all want many things but the true question is do we really deserve them. As you can see there are many life lessons to learn both mentally and physically from the play but those are most likely the most
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