When Friar Lawrence tells Romeo to “Love Moderately” This means to not be super aggressive all of the time, but to find the middle ground. Shakespeare starts comparing it to honey, all though honey is sweet if you have too much honey then you’l get sick of it. So he is saying that if you have too much love then you’ll get tired of it. Romeo and Juliet are getting married a day after they met each other, so Friar Lawrence has a good point towards them sense they barley even know each other I’m confused of if I think this is good advice or not. Because if you don’t love each other a lot then you’ll get tired of each other and you’ll just become bored. The definition of love is “an intense feeling of deep affection. But also you need to have some limits on a lot of things. If you love too much then one day it’ll feel like nothing at all and you’ll get tired of it all.