The lessons that Odysseus learns on his way home to Ithaka will allow him to get back to being a good, father, and leader of his civilization. He needs to relearn all of what he once knew as leader of Ithaka in order to safely survive there. Luckily, Odysseus has a strong will and is able to accomplish all of his goals. The three most important lessons he learns are the need for opportunity, the
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lessons on how to run his city. These lessons will allow him to get back to what he knew best, and serve as a good leader to the people who once depended on him. The lessons the man is learning, on how to run a civilization, are key not only back in the times of the ancient Greeks, but to this day. In order to have a civilization people depend on, and need other people.