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Essay The Patience of Penelope Do you believe that true love is Eternal Would you be able to wait for your true love to arrive or would you settle for what is at reach In the Greek love story The Patience of Penelope the writer portrays the meaning of true love In the short story true love consisted of patience faith and even suffering Not all of us hold the rare quality of having patience We get desperate easily when we are obligated to wait for something which we need or want We tend to give in quickly to lessen our craving or settle for less Patience was something that Penelope the young beautiful and wealthy wife of Odysseus carried within herself Penelope was aware of her husbands rumors of his death Though she maintained seeking patience and no matter how helpless she felt she ignored the suitors who tried winning her favors and weaved wool for four years till Odysseus revealed himself An extraordinary term by which many of us live with everyday is faith It is possible for us to have faith in our friends God andor love In the story Penelope demonstrates her belief in faith towards her husband Odysseus She remained loyal sincere and honest towards her husband Though many rumors spread of his death and time passed by with no sign of her beloved husband she managed to keep faith I believe that such actions proved Penelopes true love for her husband It doesnt mean much to love with tongue and words one must show by actions- their love Even if it means suffering for their love I feel that when you truly love someone you are willing to do anything for that someone For example in the story Penelope suffered for her husband for several years She spent four years of her youthful life lonely and pressured by society to
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