Act 4, Scene 3 Macduff meets up with Malcolm in England and the two make plans for how to overthrow Macbeth and take back their kingdom. After Macduff proves himself loyal, the two of them join up with ten thousand troops to take down Macbeth. Vowing revenge, Macduff resolves to return to Scotland and murder Macbeth himself. Every morning, more widows and orphans howl with grief. These cries hit Heaven in the face and echo as though the sky itself grieved for Scotland. This tyrant, whose very name hurts my tongue to say, was once considered an honest man. You loved him. You can see it would be wise, like sacrificing an innocent lamb to keep an angry god happy. Malcolm But Macbeth is.
He saw the sun rising over the mountains with their forests and backdrop over the distant beach with its palm-trees. At night, he saw the stars in the sky in their fixed positions and the crescent of the moon floating like a craft in the blue. He saw trees, stars, animals, clouds, rainbows, rocks, herbs, flowers, stream and river, the glistening dew in the bushes in the morning, distant high mountains which were blue and pale, birds sang after that bees, wind silverishly blew through the rice-field. All of this, a thousand-fold and colourful, had always been around, always the sun and the moon had shone, always rivers had roared and bees had buzzed, but all the rage former times all of this had been nothing more to Siddhartha than a fleeting, deceptive veil before his eyes, looked upon in distrust, certain to be penetrated and destroyed as a result of thought, since it was not the essential existence, since this essence amateur beyond, on the other side of, the visible. But now, his activist eyes stayed on this side, he saw and became aware of the visible, sought to be at abode in this world, did not examination for the true essence, did not aim at a world beyond. Attractive was this world, looking at it thus, without searching, thus simply, accordingly childlike. Beautiful were the moon after that the stars, beautiful was the barrage and the banks, the forest after that the rocks, the goat and the gold-beetle, the flower and the butterfly.
A little motivation and inspiration from ancestor who have successfully pursued their dreams can help you get started. The real world operates somewhat differently; designed for some people, this dream path can pan out, but for most of us, the road to our dreams is long, challenging, and unexpected. Of course, none of this means so as to the pursuit isn't worthwhile--in fact, the experience of pursuing your dreams is often more rewarding and more helpful than the achievement of your dreams themselves. In trying to put the pursuit of dreams into perspective, beneath is a list of insightful, exciting, and in some cases, amusing quotes: 1. Abdul Kalam. Some people choke their potential by refusing to assume what if? You have to advantage dreaming before you can achieve everything. One is that I can animate my life fearlessly. Fear is a limiting factor, and it's present all the rage all of us, but moving ancient that fear is essential for accomplishment.