"But you, I urge you,
think how to drive these suitors from your halls.
Come now, listen closely. Take my words to heart.
At daybreak summon the island’s lords to full assembly,
give your orders to all and call the gods to witness:
tell the suitors to scatter, each to his own place."

– Homer

The Odyssey, Book 1, lines 311-316. Athena comes to the aid of the young, immature and inexperienced Telemachus. She gives him the confidence and strength needed to stand up for the family’s estate and to the suitors who abuse it.