I write this letter to you in order to convince you to read a book that I truly loved reading. The book is called, The Odyssey, by Homer. While I don't usually like books like this, with all the crazy wording and complicated plot, this book was outstanding. Throughout life I have found that you will learn many different lessons and receive many important tips and suggestions that can truly increase the quality of your life, as well as make the way you deal with certain situations significantly better. It will teach you all types of things from how to deal with a situation when someone is denigrating you, all the way to teaching you how to kill multiple people at once. Throughout the book there may be points that you might not totally understand. I truly recommend that if a situation like that comes up you go back and reread it because every part of this book has some significance in one way or another. Although right now you may think that this is pointless and that, The Odyssey, sounds like an awful book. I will tell you right now that I thought the same exact thing. I thought it was completely unnecessary to read some book that was written a long time ago by someone I had never heard of and impossible to understand. I will also tell you right now that I could not have been more wrong. In this book many themes will emerge, and like I said earlier you can learn a lot from those themes. For example, the theme of hospitality will emerge and that is a very vital lesson to learn. It may not serve you well right now but it will at some point. While I know I can't force you to read this book, I believe that you can truly learn a lot from it and that it will be worth the time that you spend on it. Finally, I would like to say that you should not do this for me or for anyone else. You should do it for yourself and I can almost guarantee that you will get something meaningful from it. I hope that you choose to read, The Odyssey, and also that you enjoy this book.