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... His father laughed aloud, and his lady mother too. At once shining Hector took the helmet off his head and laid it on the ground, and when he had kissed his dear son and dandled him in his arms, he prayed to Zeus and to the other Gods: Zeus and ye other Gods, grant that this my son may be, as I am, most glorious among the Trojans and a man of might, and greatly rule in Ilion. And may they say, as he returns from war, "He is far better than his father.""What moves the Greek warrior to deeds of heroism," Kitto comments, "is not a sense of duty as we understand it...duty towards others: it is rather duty towards himself. He strives after that which we translate 'virtue' but is in Greek aretê, 'excellence' — we shall have much to say about aretê. It runs through Greek life. ..."
Finding I could speak the language of ants, I approached one and enquired, 'What is God like? Does he resemble the ant?' He answered,'God! No indeed --we have only a single sting, but God, he has TWO!'
So, I ask you... how do you balance the two?
My understanding of science (I have a BA in applied maths at Cambridge; and I did physics at school) is that "science" is quite limited in scope