Has Macbeth‟s mind remained steadfast, or has it changed? What significant event affected Macbeth‟s decision in the second speech?

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Macbeth is always changing his mind: that's why he is so useless as a murderer. In Macbeth's second soliloquy he hallucinates a dagger that is guiding him to Duncan's chambers. He takes that as a sign that he should do the deed.