Nowadays, Greek Mythology had been fab among children and teens. From fictional books (ex. The Lightning Thief which is the first mythological book I have read) to movies, all these things were patronage by this generation. Belong to this group, I'm also a fan of Greek Mythology. Started as a reader of Rick Riordan's book when I was in third year, I now became a big fan of Riordan's legacy. I don't know what things I find great in reading mythological stories of gods and goddesses. I just like it. Period. And if I will have given a chance to meet one Greek god, I will choose Demeter- one of the goddesses of Mt. Olympus
Demeter was my all-time favorite among the gods and demigods in Mt. Olympus. She was the most generous of the great Olympian goddesses. Born as the daughter of Cronus and Rhea, granddaughter of Gaia and sister-consort of Zeus, Demeter was beloved by it's service to mankind. Derived from the word 'ge meter' which means earth-mother, she was the goddess of harvest, corn, grain, earth and season. Also known as the Roman goddess Ceres, she was remembered as the kindest god for giving people a gift from harvest, a bountiful fruits and a perfect season. Demeter was also credited for teaching people how to grow and preserve grains and rewarded for being responsible for the fertility of the lands.