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Many children are constantly trying to find new ways to entertain themselves One might suggest that rollerblading as fast as possible and jumping off a deck would be a great possibility for pleasure Well this has happened in the past and the results have mostly been broken bones Ultimately its the choice of the youngster whether to jump or not the will of the being is the decisive factor Every action has an equal and opposite reactionSir Isaac Newtons third law of Physics In the tragedy play Macbeth by William Shakespeare the main character Macbeth goes through many fluctuations regarding his feelings his relationships and his outlook towards life Macbeths individually chosen actions were the cause for his alteration as a character Macbeth yearned to be the most powerful and this ambition drove him to the assassination of his king He had many self-debates prior to the murder whether to unleash his expedition of violenceAct II Scene iii line 126 upon the king Often Macbeth told himself to let not light see his black and deep desiresAct I Scene iv line 58 for they were beginning to truly cloud his mind The temptation ended up being too immense to deny for Macbeth if the assassination Could trammel up the consequence and catch With his surcease successAct I Scene vii line 2 then Macbeth would have what he so desired Macbeth knew that he was King Duncans kinsman and his subject Strong both against the deed then as his host Who should against his murderer shut the door Not bear the knife himselfAct I Scene vii line 13 Yet as the time grew near for which the murder was to take place Macbeth did not fail in pursuing his plan With the murder of Duncan and a strong possibility of the crowning of Macbeth Macbeth enters a state of distress The aftermath to the assassination proved to influence Macbeth into
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