Fire-Keeper and Pandoras Box
Some people are under the idea that myths can only explain how things were created. However, this is disproved by many myths. The myths Loo-Wit the Fire-Keeper and Pandoras Box show that some myths can also teach universal themes. Even though both Loo-Wit the Fire-Keeper and Pandoras box support the theme every cloud has a silver lining, in Loo-Wit the Fire-Keeper the Creator wants peace and harmony with mankind while in Pandoras Box Zeus wants to punish mankind. In the myth Pandoras Box, the gods create Pandora to punish the humans because of Prometheus actions. The gods give the gift of curiosity to Pandora which causes her to eventually open a box filled with evil. One of the many differences between the myths are that Pandoras Box explained the creation of something completely different than Loo-Wit the Fire-Keeper. In Pandoras Box, the myth explained the creation of all the evils in the world today: War and Famine, Crime and Pestilence, Spite and Cruelty, Sickness and Malice, Envy, Woe, Wickedness, and all the other disasters let show more content
Despite all the differences between the two, Loo-Wit the Fire-Keeper
Pandoras box have many similarities. One thing similar is they both support similar themes. In Pandoras Box, Hope is inside the box the held all the evils: At the bottom of the box its Hope (479). Even though Pandora released a lot of bad into the world, there was still a silver lining which was Hope. In Loo-Wit the Fire-Keeper, Loo-Wit ends up keeping peace between the mountains: Loo-Wit...placed between the two quarreling mountains to keep the peace (483). Regardless of the guilt Loo-Wit felt for causing the fighting, she ends up doing good by keeping peace between the
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