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The first positive message about the human soul is the message of pure love. This is well shown in Act 2, scene 2, lines 58 and 59 when Juliet says to Romeo, “My ears have yet not drunk a hundred words of thy tongue's utterings, yet I know the sound.” Juliet here is talking about Romeo’s last name, which of course is Montague. However, she also has said in these lines that even though they haven’t talked at all she already knows he is a Montague and she doesn’t care. Juliet has shown that love at first sight is a true occurrence at those moments. Juliet has shown that even though they have barely known each other for maybe less than a couple of hours they are madly, and truly in love with each other no matter who they are.
The next positive message about the human spirit is that the human spirit even if full of very bad or sad memories can forget and be in a state of true happiness. This is easily and most clearly shown in Act 3, scene 1, lines 68 and 69 when Romeo is speaking to Tybalt and he says, “And so, good Capulet, which name I tender as dearly as mine own, be satisfied.” Romeo has said many things that Tybalt will not understand yet we understand that he has just been married to Juliet. She is a Capulet so Romeo now tenders his name like it is his own. Romeo has just married into the family and is now related to Tybalt.
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