you’ll lack neither courage nor sense from this day on,
not if your father’s spirit courses through your veins."
The Odyssey, Book 2, lines 302-304. Athena fulfils her promise to inspire Telemachus with the necessary courage to deal with challenges, especially that of dealing with the rapacious suitors. She expresses confidence that the boy Telemachus is maturing into a man and will walk in the shoes of his great father Odysseus.