People may say that Odysseus is not loyal to Penelope because he has affairs with Calypso and Circe, and isn’t loyal to Penelope when he came back. However, Odysseus is loyal because he has reasons for why he is with other women and he shows his loyalty to Penelope when he reunites to Ithaca. Also, this story can help people in the real world. This story can help relationships in ways that if a loved one leaves for a while to never lose loyalty for them. Always have hope in seeing each other again and to never lose the loyalty between each other.
“Xenia”, the Greek concept of hospitality, is both followed and rejected throughout Homer’s The Odyssey, and it causes significant results in the situations expressed throughout the book. For example, when Odysseus gets back to Ithaka, Eumaios, his swineherd, does not recognize his master but still welcomes him into his hut, resulting in Odysseus eventually reuniting with his son. Even though Eumaios does not know it is his master, he still allows Odysseus to come inside and make him feel comfortable. Eumaios’s actions prove the significance of the practice of xenia throughout Ancient Greece.
Odysseus shows kindness to the people he meets on his journey again when he reaches the Laestrygonian land. Another time that Odysseus was kind to the people he met on his journey was when he was down in the underworld talking to Tiresias. Odysseus was very kind to Tiresias, understanding that he may not like him after what he did to Zeus. Odysseus demonstrates his kindness by saying “How, / lord can I make her know me for the man I am?” (11. 164-165).
Siddhartha had no money so he offered his clothes to Vasudeva which was shocked at first, but then accepted it due to Siddhartha’s insist. Siddhartha showed his desire to stay with Vasudeva and learn more about river which Vasudeva accepted with great pleasure. He offered Siddhartha with meal and wanted to listen about all the journey that how he got there and reasons for change of personality. Siddhartha was astonished with the listening ability of Vasudeva and wanted to learn this ability from him. Vasudeva told him that he cannot teach but Siddhartha could learn it from the river just like he learned.
And before I realized what I was doing. I told him Thank you” (217). Just from Chief observing how McMurphy interacts with the other patients, he subconsciously warmed up to McMurphy and felt comfortable around him, therefore feeling comfortable enough to subconsciously tell him ‘Thank you’ for the random act of kindness towards him. Though from the first time McMurphy met Chief, he suspected that Chief was fully capable of understanding and comprehending what was going on in his surroundings. “‘Well, what the hell, he can shake hands, can’t he?
Odysseus also shows his respect and loyalty to Athene as he never once disobeys the goddess. He “obeyed Athene’s words, delighted at heart.” His ability to follow her orders proves his respect and faith in her as she is the one who could predetermine his future. In the end, his loyalty to Athene is rewarded as he makes his way back home to Ithaca, takes back his palace and wife, and taken revenge on the disrespectful suitors. Odysseus and Athene’s relationship show the loyalty from both the god or goddess and
Jay invites Nick to one of his parties by invite, which is a very rare occurrence (Fitzgerald). Jay had one soul purpose for inviting Nick and that is to have Nick help Jay get back together with Daisy. Now, while he does have this agenda and that is mainly why they became friends, Jay does treat Nick with the utmost respect and kindness. He is very generous to Nick to show him that he is worthy and so that Nick believes that he is a good person. He also tells Nick his true story, he confides in him with every secret he has ever held in.
Throughout The Odyssey, the protagonist Odysseus is acquainted with the leaders and creatures of multiple islands on his journey back to Ithaka. Hospitality is an important aspect of Ancient Greek life, and the different people Odysseus encounters treat him with differing levels of respect. The various portrayals of the guest to host relationship can be seen through different actions taken by both parties. In The Odyssey, the recurring motif of hospitality that occurs in Odysseus ' journey and at his home in Ithaka provides evidence to the moral ethics of each character and their relationship with the gods.
Jack was captivated with Rose when he first saw her on the deck above him like a favored delivery person while he was lying on a seat. The accompanying scene James saw Rose was at the back a bit of the pontoon while Rose was truly needing to rashly end the vessel with the reason of being compelled by her incorporating and James came up to extra her and really felt in love with her. Rose was touched by his action and words talked moreover comprehend that James was the one she had been looking for. There were various deterrents in their relationship anyway they both trusted each other and get together until the end. In the other film Pompeii, Milo the warrior and Cassia princess of Pompeii had tantamount kind of warmth story as James and Rose does.
Hathsepsut's expedition to Punt was a great success and so she included a series of images of the trip to remember it. The information shows the expedition leaving Egypt in two boats and arriving in the exotic land of Punt. A small force had established a camp to protect the traders, but the people of Punt welcome them in friendship and so no fighting was necessary. The chief and his wife greet the Egyptians saying "How have you arrived at this land unknown to the men of Egypt?
Xenia is the ancient Greek concept of hospitality, the generosity, and courtesy shown to those who are far from home and/or associates of the person bestowing guest-friendship [XENIA]. Xenia is also a way of life, in Ancient Greece, people are being hospitable all the time. Some people are being hospitable because this is the right thing to do and they also enjoy doing this, also being generous made them look good. The second reason for doing this is because people believe that Zeus was the protector of guests. “It 's wrong, my friend, to send any stranger packing— even one who arrives in worse shape than you.
Odysseus is great benevolent King who shows leadership. He is the king of Ithaca. During his long mission he lands on Cyclopes Island. A place where he and his crew were expecting a tip-top hospitality and gifts. But instead what they got was a very poor hospitality.
So many cities around the world have a statue of Poseidon because Poseidon was friends with the Greeks and they worshiped him. They placed statues around the world so that his statues were near the sea (so he can look after it) and so that he can answer the sailors prayers for calm waters and safe
Alejandro Reynolds Thomson Freshman english 16 December, 15 The ancient greek customs of hospitality, sacrificing animals to the gods,and honoring the dead influenced the epic Odyssey. Customs in the odyssey consist of honoring the dead when odysseus went to the land of the dead odysseus gave his sweet milk and honey,and last sweet wine and clear water to avoid death. soon after runnin into the dead he found one of his men from a previous men who died and never was barred and there was a proper burial and the dead soldier was elpenor so odysseus promest elpenor that they would give him the burial he deserved. odysseus sacrificed a sheep so he would not die in the land of the dead and they also sacrificed animals to the
Nixons speech given in September 23rd 1952 was given with the purpose of clearing his name. His speech consisted mostly of the perspective he wanted others to have of him. Consequently Nixon beach touch the viewers and provided his path for success. The drunken fish in from Nexus Speech leave the audience to believe that he is a man who is trusted by many such as a common and simple man. In line 11 he state I senator Nixon as a way to remind the audience that other people trust the important decisions he has made.