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To Be or Not To Be A knight To be or not to be a Knight truly is the question presented through this story which is a tale of Gawains trials and tribulations on his journey to the Green Chapel First before acknowledging Gawain as being or not being a knight one must first know what a knight is In reference to the Pentangle a knight or Gawain must be first he was faultless in his five senses Nor found ever to fail in his five fingers And all his fealty was fixed upon the five wounds That Christ got on the cross as the creed tells That all his force was founded on the five joys That the high Queen of heaven had in her child The fifth of the five fives followed by the knight Were beneficence boundless and brotherly love And pure mind and manners that none might impeach And compassion most precious-these peerless five Were forged and made fast in him foremost of men Ll 640-655 This excerpt from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight demonstrates on what a knight should be when looked upon from the Pentangle mode of being a knight What pertain to the NaturalReal Realm would be the five senses and five fingers The five senses part is used to gain knowledge of the world and worldly wage The five fingers are the deeds that are done What pertain to the Religious Spiritual Christian Realm would be the faith in the five wounds of Christ would be Fealty and Force Fealty is the faithfulness in the five wounds of Christ Force or the force in battle is inspired by the five joys of Mary What pertain to the Chivalric Realm are Beneficence Brotherly Love Truth Pure Mind Manners and Pite Beneficence pertains to the generosity that the knight bestows Brotherly Love Truth pertains to the fellowship and truth
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