Beloved brothers and sisters, friends and family, Thanes, and Generals, today, we stand in mourning, grieving of the passing of our dedicated leader, King Macbeth. King Macbeth shall be remembered in history as a dignified and heroic solider. He fought with vengeance and tough patriotism for his belief in Scotland. Even though he didn’t rule for long, we will always be mindful of his vast ability to settle and adjudicate any sort of problems. Macbeth inspired many with his unique and individual pride. He made and took every decision in a careful manner. Scotland has lost a very remarkable and distinctive leader. The prophecy “he who lives by the sword shall die by the sword” was fulfilled in the life of Macbeth. Courage is the one term that truly explains Macbeth. Macbeth's bravery on the battlefield was great. ["Till he unseamed him from the nave to the chops, and fixed his head upon the battlements." (Act 1, Sc.2)] For his victory he received praise in reports from the Captain and Ross. [“As sparrows eagles or the hare the lion. I must report they were as cannons overcharged with double cracks." (Act 1, Sc. 2)] Macbeth was a great, noble man, at the pinnacle of his career. The almighty Captain described “brave Macbeth” as “disdaining fortune.” He was invaluable to the king. Royal Duncan recognized Macbeth as his “valiant cousin” and “worthy gentlemen.” Macbeth was furious and ferocious. He showed tremendous effort during wars. Fire and bravery were in his blood. Macbeth defeated Macdonwald, the rebellious Thane of Cawdor. Macbeth fought valiantly and always defeated the enemy. He was praised for his courage in battle, which set him up in hope of being the rightful king. Macbeth was surely ambitious; he stopped at nothing to secure his position as the king. Macbeth had a good heart and a keen state of mind. He was a hero to the Scottish nation and his example shall be followed by thousands of soldiers to come. Macbeth although, was overambitious, which led...
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