Destiny In Romeo And Juliet

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Some individuals may not trust that destiny is something that honestly exists on the planet. This bit of the populace questions that there is anything that is really intended to be or expected to happen. They assume that whatever happens in their lives comes as a consequence of the choices that they make with their own through and through freedom. Others trust that whatever happens over the span of their lives is unavoidable and and laid out before them like a guide to life. William Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet has destiny as a prevalent theme, making the characters vivified. In light of destiny, the play turns out to be hugely exciting and it is precisely what deals with the two youthful darlings to meet each other in any case. The …show more content…
At the point when Romeo finds who Juliet is, he says to himself, "O dear account! My life is my foe's debt" (I v, 132). Notwithstanding the way that they were naturally introduced to quarreling families, Romeo can't resist the urge to love Juliet on the grounds that he as of now cherishes her before he finds her actual way of life as a Capulet. It is destined that he adores Juliet regardless of the possibility that it is taboo. Also, when Juliet discovers from the medical attendant that Romeo is a Montague, she says, "My love sprung from my only hate! / Too early seen unknown, and known too late! / Prodigious birth of love it is to me / That I must love a loathed enemy" (I v, 152-155). Since Juliet couldn't see that Romeo is an enemy, by destiny, she starts to love him genuinely. In any case, when she observes that the person she loves is also her adversary, it is past the point of no return for her to loathe Romeo. Lamentably, she has as of now been sucked in my affection's overwhelming gravity-like force, which prevents her from overcoming the predetermination of being infatuated with

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