Regret took hold of lady macbeth instantly

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was her only motive. Regret took hold of Lady MacBeth instantly; contemplating her actions with a constant loop of uneasiness hovering over her, Lady MacBeth could not handle herself. Desire is often found in literature, whether destructive or positive. One book, The Bible , presents desire in the simplest form. Giving stories of both good and bad reactions to the power of desire. Desire can be found most often throughout The Bible in the root of love. Desire for love burns in all people; an inherent way of thought. ““One evening David got up...from the roof he saw a woman bathing. The woman was very beautiful, and David sent someone to find out about her. The man said, “She is...the wife of Uriah…”. She came to [David], and he slept with her...The woman conceived and sent word to David, saying, “I am pregnant”...”” (2 Samuel 11. 2.) In accordance to The Bible, “Thou Shalt not commit adultery”, is the eighth commandment. The
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Ten Commandments are the most important rules to follow in the Christian faith. The pressure of desire, led David to commit the sin of adultery: the eighth worst sin. The power of desire pushes men, when they know that it is wrong, when they know what they should not do, when they know what is not right, to commit audacious acts. Desires roots rotted and took deep hold on Lady MacBeth and David, causing great regret and remorse, but when Desire’s roots are cared for, they take hold and blossom allowing for unimaginable happenings. Desire’s roots are not all corrupt. If Desire’s roots are taken care of, looked after, and respected, a strong positive outcome will occur. A strong balance of desire and logic offers substantial opportunities to some. Lady MacBeth’s desire turned dreadful due to her lack of care and respect for the root of knowledge. If this root were to be taken care of, and looked after, great accomplishments would have occurred for her. “ During the [world fair] an event occurred whose significance to Burnham was missed by all but his closest friends: Both Harvard and Yale granted him honorary master’s degrees in recognition of his achievement in building the fair.”(D.I.T.W.C. 376). Burnham was denied his college degree. With his persistence, the desire to show not only the college, but all people around him he is fully capable of such a degree, Burnham undertook the creation of the World Fair. In the midst of enormous obstacles and roadblocks, Burnham’s passion and desire were well fed and looked after, as he pieced together the largest fair in history. Granting him his personal goal and dream to achieve such a degree from both Harvard and Yale. A big part of Burnham’s success was his ability to accept losses and
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