"...people should not hold grudges..."
Act 2, Scene 2
Romeo says to Juliet " Tis but thy name of my enemy. Thou art thouself, though not a Montague..." (pg. 1023, lines 41-42) because even though they are supposed to hate eachother and be enemies they would risk anything to be together.
Where Romeo professed his love for Juliet. ( above )
Romeo and Juliet
Their first kiss.
Juliet and Mother
Juliet and her mother fighting about her marrying Paris. ( below )
Act 1, Scene 5
" Is he a Capulet? O dear account! my life is in my foe's debt." (pg. 1016, lines 131-132) is what Romeo said to Benvolio when he had kissed Juliet , a Capulet. When he found out she was a Capulet he felt as if he had committed a sin because they were supposed to be enemies and hate eachother.
Act 3, Scene 5
When Juliet talks to her mother she states, "...I will not marry yet; and when I do, I swear it shall be Romeo, whom you know I hate.." (pg.1067, lines 136-137) because even though she is supposed to hate him she can't help but love him. She risks her life, and her image to be with him.