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Book Review: How The Little Prince End Up Being Happy At The End | Little Price

May 21, 2012 1 comment

The Little Prince Museum 24

The Little Prince Museum 24 (Photo credit: kenleewrites)

Among the characters of the story little prince who are you? And why? I would probably say that the best character that described my life in this story was the fox. From all the planets that he visit and the people he had met the little prince learned a lot from the fox. That in order for someone to be friend with other he should talk to him or have a connection with him. The fox said that all of us are just the same the only matters are that we make friends we connect to each other. The little prince bumped into a fox who asked to be tamed by him. To be tamed by someone is establish ties with them, so that each one becomes special to the other. When the little prince silently, saying he had lots of friends to discover and many things to understand, the fox told him sincerely:

“I’m beginning to understand’, said the little prince. ‘There is a flower… I think she has tamed me…’ …………The fox became silent and gazed for a long time at the little prince.

‘I beg of you…tame me!’ he said.

‘Willingly,’ the little prince replied, ‘but I haven’t got much time. I have friends to discover and a lot of things to understand.’

‘One can only understand the things one tames,’ said the fox, ‘Men have no more time to understand anything. They buy ready-made things in the shops. But since there are no shops where you can buy friends, men no longer have any friends. If you want a friend, tame me!’”

It’s quite funny how the fox deliver that taming thing but, if one wants to make friends he should tame or connect with him and I think that is how world works, grown up are pond of buying ready-made things and often ignored that what they got is just things. And they end up being depressed because they didn’t spend their money in good use. It’s like they are being selfish while others is in the midst of hunger and agony. I’m like the fox, which needs friend not just friend who looks at things in figures but a friend who value friendship and loyalty and see through just physical figures.

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