But as I sent them on toward Scylla, Itold them nothing, as they could do nothing.They would have dropped their oars again, in panic,to roll for cover under the decking. Circe’sbidding against arms had slipped my mind,so I tied on my cuirass and took uptwo heavy spears, then made my way alongto the foredeck thinking to see her first from there,the monster of the grey rock, harboringtorment for my friends.The Odyssey, HomerWhich theme statement is supported by the passage?Odysseus decides to keep secrets from his men.Strong leaders communicate information to their followers.Fear is a powerful motivator.Leaders must make difficult choices.