Why Is Macbeth Wrong

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No one can force one person to commit an act they believe is wrong, or to make decisions, ultimately humans control their decisions. In “Macbeth” Banquo refuses to do anything that goes against his conscience. For example, he said, “keep my allegiance clear,” he shows that he is only willing to do what is right and not commit an act that is wrong. Along the same lines in Kipling’s poem, “If” the speaker offers advice to his son on how to become a good person. One piece of advice he offers is he, “can talk with crowds and keep your virtue” then you will be a man. Kipling’s advice to his son is to always stay true to who you are and to never put your beliefs at risk just because it’s not the popular decision. All of our choices
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