"Stay you imperfect speakers, tell me more!/...Upon this blasted health you stop our way/ With such prophetic greeting? Speak, I charge you," (1.2.70, 77-78).
"I dare do all that may become a man;/ Who dares do more is none," (1.7.47-48).
"Will all great Neptune's ocean wash this blood/Clean from my hand? No..." (2.2.64-65). "Wake Duncan with thy knocking! I would thou/ couldst!" (2.2.78-79).
Macbeth was walking home with Banquo after his victory at the battlefield, and he ran into the 3 weird sister who are witches. They gave Macbeth three prophecies, one of which was becoming King. Macbeth tried to convince the witches to tell him more about these prophecies because he was so intrigued and anxious to see if they were true.
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth decided to parley about their plot to kill King Duncan and gain power. Macbeth was having scruples about murdering Duncan, but Lady Macbeth threatened his manliness and courage which altered his decision. Macbeth went against his own holiness just prove he is a true man and that he loved his wife. His ambition got the best of him.
Macbeth had murdered King Duncan with a dagger. He was facing a great deal of regret. After his murderous act, he began hearing voices calling to him about his cruel actions. These voices were haunting him, along with all the blood on his hands. Macbeth talked to Lady Macbeth, and he told her how guilty he felt. Ultimately, Macbeth wished he could reverse his actions.