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The storm of a life lived in the heat of wars and battles ends with a great calm Today lying here King Macbeth is one of us subject to the common destiny of all human beings Although Macbeth in his last days did not seem to be the same person we knew and loved no one can deny that his departure means to some the loss of a close friend or family member but to most the loss of a capable general and no doubt a great man from this countryMacbeth had always been from the day he was born to the day he passed a man of the battlefield He was a man of both bravery and swordsmanship I remember training with him when we were still young He was always the most skillful swordsman out of all his peers and was never intimidated by his opponents be they tall short fat or thin It was therefore not much of a surprise that as a grown man Macbeth was acclaimed for his courage and bravery in wars and greatly feared by enemies of the country Not only did he have this potential he chose to use it to prove loyal to his king Every time he fought in a war he did it not for his own glory but in the name of the country No doubt every one of you here still remembers his triumphant defeat against the Norwegian rebels despite the betrayal of the Thane of Cawdor The old king Duncan had once complimented him as a valiant cousin and a worthy gentleman and awarded him the title of Thane of Cawdor after the traitor was beheaded His skills on the battlefield had not diminished over the years even he after became the king He even fought courageously in his last battle Although knowing that his chances against the army were small he stood firmly on his ground in the last moment
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