Romeo And Juliet Decisions

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Romeo and Juliet is a romantic tragedy written by William Shakespeare, in which a vendetta between two mighty families, Montagues and Capulets, ruptures into demise. A few of the Montagues risked increased strife by interrupting the masquerade party hosted by the Capulets. A love-struck adolescent, Romeo Montague, is instantly fascinated by Juliet Capulet, who is expected to marry her father’s choice, the County Paris. With the assistance of Juliet’s nurse, the two star-crossed lovers organize to privately marry the following day, however, Romeo’s effort to cease a street fight ensues in the death of Juliet’s cousin, Tybalt, leading to Romeo’s banishment from Verona. Even though their love for one another has lasted for only a few days, the …show more content…

The mind permits you to contrast the pros and cons, and perceive them from a rational perspective. However, Romeo and Juliet make this mistake straightaway by falling in love and enabling their hearts to control themselves and disregarding the fact that they originate from feuding families. Romeo is the first to confess his love, nonetheless, Juliet realizes that she fell in love too rapidly but is immediately distracted by her heart’s newfound love. “My bounty is as boundless as the sea, my love as deep. The more I give to thee, the more I have, for both are infinite.” (Juliet: Act 2 Scene 2). Juliet explains to Romeo how deep her love is for him even though they have hardly known each other for a few hours. This proves that their emotions (heart) conquered and eventually led to the deterioration of their relationship and ultimately, their …show more content…

Humans tend to naturally succumb to their overthrowing emotions. However, in a relationship, (friendship or romantic relationship) following your heart’s feelings cannot always be beneficial. The Bible explains that the heart is deceitful and wicked because it will always encourage us to do what we feel is the best choice. There is a famous catchphrase “think before you speak” which is really important to remember. In any relationship, words are really powerful, and following the deceitfulness of what your heart tells you to say, is not good either. As the play shows, Romeo and Juliet are quick to listen to their heart and emotions, shown by the quickness by which they agreed to get married. “What a’ clock tomorrow? Shall I send to thee?” (Juliet Act 2 Scene 2). The couple agree to get married the day after they meet which shows that they did not listen to their heads at all and were absolutely steered by their wicked

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