Fate is the result of the past and free will is the result of the present. When we look forward, we feel the blow of fate. When we look forward, we see the dance of golden and energizing free will. The physical consciousness or the body-consciousness is limited. We are given ample opportunity to use order to be fully, totally and unreservedly free. Our free will is a child of God’s infinite will and and at the same time a parcel. Fate is he gate which leads us to the failure of the past. God gave us our free will to do whatever we want. Our fate is already decided by God. But we cab change our destiny by shifting from the path God has made for us. Everyone wants to be free or at least have some choice in life. What we do with our lives is our own concern but can change our fates. At the beginning of the play, Macbeth and Banquo heard of their fates for the first time when they encountered the three witches. Lady Macbeth upon reading the letter about her husband’s fate convinced Macbeth that fate is nothing without actions. Macbeth accepted that his fate will bring him nothing without actions if he did not work on it after Duncan told him Malcolm will take on the throne as the heir. Banquo on the other hand let fate take it course. He did not act upon his fate and let it be. Macbeth was a victim of his own desire. The witches used his arrogance and pride against him and manipulated his thoughts, but he acted on his own free will which lead him to committee those heinous crimes. He ignored the consequences not his actions and continued with his plans. He also killed more people out of free will just to maintain the throne for himself. He knew the consequence of his actions. He did not need the witches anymore and seeked to destroy the people he deemed a threat to his reign as king. Lady Macbeth aslo acted as an accomplice and helped him to kill Duncan. His thirst for power lead him on to his own demise.