In addition, another CD needed here—this CD should illustrate a myth that was intended to teach a moral or lesson
In addition, another lesson the Greeks teach to their young is the importance of being humble; when Arachne brags about her skill at weaving, foolishly comparing herself to the gods, Minerva punishes her.
CM: The Greeks condemn mortals for boasting about their accomplishments, committing the sin of hubris
CM: Humility is an important trait to the Greeks.
TS The Greeks hate thoughtlessness or carelessness, so they invented myths to illustrate the dangers of speaking before one thinks.
For instance, Midas carelessly asks for everything he touches to turn to gold.
CM: Midas asks for a ridiculous gift.
CD Also, women are too careless and often cause the downfall of others; the myth about Pandora asserts that she is the reason evil, death, and disease exist in the world today.
CM The Greeks view women as the source of misery and suffering.
CM Pandora is created by Zeus as a curse to plague mankind, not to help them.