Take a moment to think about what defined the culture of the Greeks for hundreds of years. It shouldn’t be an excruciating moment of pondering. You might think about yogurt. That’s good thinking, but a bit too modern. You might think about lots of national debt. That’s true, too, but, again, a bit modern. You might even think about their myriad games that they loved. This, even more, is true and good; however, there is another topic that more inclusively encapsulates their culture.Read More
Tacitus, a well-respected historian and senator of the Roman Empire, is recorded as saying:
"The breastplate and the sword are not a stronger defense on the battlefield than eloquence is to a man amid the perils of prosecution."