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i think continually of those who were truly great

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I think continually of those who were truly great

Last Update: 2015-12-11
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To be honest, this is the first time I hear about Gilgamesh. Maybe it’s because of the difference of our cultures, but I did feel the magnificence of the western ancient world and also the epic of Gilgamesh. The story is simple, people can understand it’s telling us about how Gilgamesh raised and became a hero, or some people might read it as a symbol of friendship between Gilgamesh and Enkidu. Well, at least , I see it not only how Gilgamesh became an epic but how the great friendship between the two main characters in the story. Gilgamesh was the king of Uruk, and at the beginning he was a tyrant and created a lot of misery to his people. That’s why people were praying to the god to save them, and the God responded with creating a warrior Enkidu to fight Gilgamesh. But the fate didn’t only had a joke with them but also made them very closed friends. They run the city together, they killed the monsters together and they built an epic together. Isn’t this a joke of destiny? Or maybe all the stories was written by the god even before they were born. But anyway, the friendship they had is something so hard to get nowadays. Most of content of the epic happened in dreams, I was really curious about it not until after I understand the reason of it. After reading the epic deeply I realized how the myth stories could inspire people. In the story most of the dream came true, and this is why in the old days dreams were really important in life. There were dream readers and even now there are some people who can read dreams. Some people believe that we dream for a reason, some think that dreams are actually prophesy that it can tell us the unknown future. For some reason, I’m one of those who believe that we dream for a reason. And I also believe the epic of Gilgamesh happened for a reason. It’s just so far from us that we can’t tell the authenticity. But I never doubt it. Well, I’ve always believed that everything happened for a reason

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To be honest, this is the first time I hear about Gilgamesh. Maybe it’s because of the difference of our cultures, but I did feel the magnificence of the western ancient world and also the epic of Gilgamesh. The story is simple, people can understand it’s telling us about how Gilgamesh raised and became a hero, or some people might read it as a symbol of friendship between Gilgamesh and Enkidu. Well, at least , I see it not only how Gilgamesh became an epic but how the great friendship between the two main characters in the story. Gilgamesh was the king of Uruk, and at the beginning he was a tyrant and created a lot of misery to his people. That’s why people were praying to the god to save them, and the God responded with creating a warrior Enkidu to fight Gilgamesh. But the fate didn’t only had a joke with them but also made them very closed friends. They run the city together, they killed the monsters together and they built an epic together. Isn’t this a joke of destiny? Or maybe all the stories was written by the god even before they were born. But anyway, the friendship they had is something so hard to get nowadays. Most of content of the epic happened in dreams, I was really curious about it not until after I understand the reason of it. After reading the epic deeply I realized how the myth stories could inspire people. In the story most of the dream came true, and this is why in the old days dreams were really important in life. There were dream readers and even now there are some people who can read dreams. Some people believe that we dream for a reason, some think that dreams are actually prophesy that it can tell us the unknown future. For some reason, I’m one of those who believe that we dream for a reason. And I also believe the epic of Gilgamesh happened for a reason. It’s just so far from us that we can’t tell the authenticity. But I never doubt it. Well, I’ve always believed that everything happened for a reason.

Last Update: 2018-09-04
Usage Frequency: 1
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Reference: Anonymous

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