Danae felt brave about the heroic and courageous disposition of her son Perseus.
Danae was the descendant of King Acricius in prehistoric Greek Folklore. Zeus imbued Danae in the form of Golden Rain and she gave birth to an infant called Perseus. The monarch of Seriphos, fell in adoration with Danae and sought to espouse her forcefully. The king promised that he would leave Danae if Perseus would assassinate a lady and bring her head to him and thus Danae was saved.
Danae felt her son is the manifestation of divinity in a heroic form she felt proud about the bravery of her Perseus and she also felt that he was intuitive for a divine prophecy to be satisfied and that is to inflict death to her Grandfather Acricius.
a. She loves him deeply
She does not show any sign of anger or disregard for him. She is speaking from her heart. -Gaz
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