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In the book Romeo and Juliet Friar Lawrence was a very unlucky person but he had good intentions Friar Lawrence was always trying to do the right thing and help Romeo or Juliet There are three major things that prove Friar Lawrence really did have good intentions The first thing that proves it is his relationship with Romeo and they friendship they had The next thing that proves he had good intentions is even though he would get credit for marring Romeo and Juliet and ending the feuds between the families he did it for the well being of the city and for the safety of the families Plus Romeo was a friend and he wants to do something good for his friend The last thing that proves his innocence is how he uplifted the spirits of Romeo and Juliet many times The first reason that proves Friar Lawrence had good intentions is his friendship with Romeo Why would he turn his back on Romeo An example that proves he wouldnt turn his back on Romeo is how he stopped Romeo from killing himself and told him to get his act together He told him that Romeo has so much to be thankful for and then devised a plan that would hopefully allow him to live in Verona and be a true husband to Juliet If he was just in it for himself he wouldnt of even cared that Romeo was banished from the city but he did because of the friendship between the two of them The second reason that proves Friar Lawrence had good intentions is he didnt marry Romeo and Juliet for his own well-being he did it to stop the feud between the Montagues and the Capulets Even though he would get the credit for doing this he knows how much the feud is ripping apart the city and also he wanted to do something good for his friend Another
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