The events taken in Shakespeares Macbeth written by William Shakespeare shows life lessons Good v. Evil. In the beginning of the story Macbeth is a goodwill person who is for the people. His wife Lady Macbeth is opposite, she is more ruthless, and more ambitious and is fully aware of this so she takes advantage of the situation and so she pushes him. Macbeth and Banquos encounter with the witches which would soon create two conflicts. Lady Macbeth speeches to Macbeth about killing King Duncan so he could seize the crown. Following each murder Shakespeares Macbeth became less of himself and became disloyal to his people who then turn against him, eventually karma paid him a visit ending his life.
Macbeths motivations to kill King Duncan was for multiple reason. First reason is so his kids could be king. And at the same time his wife pushed him into doing it. Macbeth was insecure about killing Duncan. His wife had to convince him to kill him, motivating him by the power he would possess later. Macbeth later regrets killing Duncan, and feels remorse and pity for what he has done. The first murder is done for power, its personal, and he is compelled and unwilling to commit it. And now Macbeth made a commitment of the point of not returning which after Macbeth is forced to continue bashing on his subjects to avoid the consequences of his crime. Sleep no more! Macbeth does murder sleep (Act 2 Scene 2 line 34 pg. 323).
The second murder is Banquo and the rest of his family. He needs them killed because they know too much, and Banquos children are in the prophecy for the throne. Macbeth, instead, sends out murderers to do the deed. Though this time, Lady Macbeth does not know about it. Macbeth wants it to be done quickly, and he's impatient and insecure that it won't be done right. Thats why he sends a 3rd murderer out to reinforce it. The murder is done for his insecurity of retaining power, its impersonal, and rash. At this point he feels supernatural and cant stop and will get much worse before it gets any better. Be innocent of knowledge, dearest chuck, till thou applaud deed. Come, seeling night, scarf up the tender eye of pitful day, and with thy bloody and invisible hand. (Act 3 line 45 pg.340)
At Macduffs castle, Lady Macduff accosts Ross, demanding to know why her husband has fled. She feels betrayed. Ross insists that she trust her husbands judgment and then regretfully departs. Once he is gone, Lady Macduff tells her son that his father is dead, but the little boy perceptively argues that he is not. Suddenly, a messenger hurries in, warning Lady Macduff that she is in danger and urging her to flee. Lady Macduff protests, arguing that she has done nothing wrong. The murder of Lady Macduff and her young son in Act 4, scene 2, marks the moment in which Macbeth descends into utter madness, killing neither for political gain nor to silence an enemy, but simply out of a furious desire to do harm. The second to last murder he commits is the Macduffs. Like the last, he sends the murderers out instead. It is done in order to secure his power, once again, or out of fear. The murder is done out of fear and to retain power, its impersonal, and its just as rash.
In the events taken in the story The Tragedy of Macbeth written by William Shakespeare, Macbeth was a great person who was for every person and wouldnt turn against his own. Lady Macbeth is the reason for the corruption and for pressuring Macbeth into murdering the king. Some life lessons that can be learned from Macbeth is greed, and selfish, and voracious. After one murder to the other Macbeth turned into a different person who was once loyal and gave respect to all the people to turning against his people and friends. And in this case Karma paid him a visit ending his life when no one stood up for him in the final Act and Scene and got beheaded.