We would like to invite you to the Myths story hour on Skype this Sunday to pick up the thread of a pilgrimage, which represents a journey to self-perfection.
We start as we set sail with Odysseus after the battle of Troy when he leaves to return to his homeland, Ithaka; he has been away for many years but his return takes him through 12 adventures and trials.
The story shows that not only “propitious winds” (representing harmony & good fortune) are needed but also the old virtues of intelligence, courage, modesty and wit, which will bring success to the journies we make.
We will also re-read part of Sinbad’s 3rd Voyage that we did in December, as the stories share many identical events, like a one-eyed, man-eating giant who is blinded with a spike by the hero, but who still tries to sink the hero’s escaping ship by throwing tremedous rocks at him.
We will call as usual at 10:55 am, much looking forward to going on another adventure with you!
The practical wisdom of these stories makes them enjoyable for parents and children of all ages from 7 and up.
We hope you and your children will enjoy them, if you are new please contact us by email first.
The first and third Sunday mornings each month.
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The previous event on 3rd January 2021 was “Janus, ‘Roman Myths’ and the New Year.”