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A day without sleep is bad enough with all the headaches and feeling tired How much more if you havent slept in weeks or even a whole year Sleep can be defined as a natural periodic state of rest for the mind and body In Macbeth sleep was meant as a sanctuary or a safe haven but as the play progresses sleep becomes fear and not being able to think clearly which gives you a whole different perspective in life Sleeping is a way to free your minds and it can make you feel safe away from all the troubles in your minds As we sleep we dream those dreams can represent a persons inner thoughts about what they want and what they need Our dreams can be like church a place we find comfort in a place that can feel like home and a place with hope We can dream about experiences about doing something so extra-ordinary and about what we want to happen in our lives When Macbeth slept he was harmless so innocent and so pure as to anyone you observe when theyre sleeping Sleep can be a place we can take our anger out without hurting anyone Sleep can also be represented as the core goodness of our hearts it can be our conscience andor our values and beliefs As Macbeth lived in Scotland he believed that in fighting with the Norwegians he was being loyal to his country and his king As sleep can be our conscience as well whenever someone does something wrong they tend to have troubles sleeping Sleep symbolizes what is right and what is wrong sleep is the bright light that calls upon us to our rooted goodness and to do good By sleeping you dream and in those dreams you can picture your desires and ambitions but you can also picture what you fear the most When Macbeth murdered King Duncan in his
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