Summary: Chapter XXI

When the little prince cries in the grass suddenly fox come into sight. The prince asks the fox to play with him because he is so unhappy. The fox replies that first the little prince needs to tame him. The prince does not understand the word tame, and the fox explains that it means to establish ties. The fox says that at the moment, he and the prince mean nothing to each other. However, if the little prince tames the fox, they will need each other, and each will become unique and special to the other. The little prince says he thinks he has been tamed by a rose, and he said that he is from another planet. At first, this fact excites the fox but he loses interest when he knew that the little prince’s planet has no chickens. The fox explains that his life never changes. He hunts chickens, and people hunt him. He says that if the prince tames him, he will have footsteps to look forward to rather than run from. The prince’s golden hair will make the fox’s view of the grain fields come alive because the golden wheat will remind him of his friend. The little prince is anxious at first. He says he does not have much time and that he is looking for friends. The fox says that if the prince wants a friend, he will have to tame the fox. The prince asks how such a thing is done and the fox takes him through the ritual. He explains that rites and rituals are important because they allow certain moments to stand out from all the others. The prince tames the fox, but when the time comes for the prince to go, the fox says he will cry. When the prince explains that it’s the fox’s fault for insisting they become friends, the fox says that he knows and that it has all been worthwhile because he can now appreciate the wheat fields. The little prince has been told by the fox to visit the rose garden again so he can see why his rose is so special. The fox says he will reveal a secret when the little prince returns to say good-bye. The little prince realizes at the garden that even though his rose is not a unique type of flower she is unique to him because he has cared for her and loved her. He tells the roses that his rose is like the fox. He has tamed her and cared for her, and now in his eyes she is the only rose. The prince then returns to say good-bye to the fox. The fox tells him a secret that only the heart can see clearly because the eyes fail to see what is important and that the time the prince has spent on his rose is what makes his rose so important and also that a person is forever responsible for what he has tamed. Lesson learned Once you established a rapport with others it creates a good relationship then it goes deeper and deeper as time comes as you start to show care and love for that person. One becomes important when you value your relationship and you need to take good care of it if you want to last your connection with each other. The little prince realizes how important his flower to him when he remember how he took care and gave love when he was on his planet. This shows that there is an established feeling that been created from him to his flower and that is love that needs to be maintain so that the relationship will grow and make them both happy. The secret that the fox said is when you use your heart you will know the right things to do and what are important rather than using your eyes to see a lot of things and get confused and also out of focus of what you really want in life.

Summary: Chapter XXIII The little prince meets a salesclerk who is selling pills invented to quench thirst. The prince asks the switchman if people are moving because they are unhappy and the switchman tells the little prince that people are always unhappy with wherever they are. and the switchman replies that the people aren’t chasing anything at all. The merchant explains that taking the pills means a person never has to drink anything. The switchman replied that the children are the lucky ones. Lesson learned The lesson here is you just enjoy the things around us. The switchman explains that the trains shuttle people from one location to another. he would spend them by walking very slowly toward a cold fountain. If I have also given an extra fifty three minutes a day I would love to spend it where I can excel more of my skills as a nurse so I can serve the people who are sick and that will makes me happy. Lesson learned People are not contented with their lives even if they have everything. their ideas to what is needed in reality and not their hearts anymore unlike the children that they know exactly what it is important to them like a rag doll that been mentioned in the story.Summary: Chapter XXII When the little prince goes on with his journey and meets a railway switchman. The children use more of their hearts than their mind. . The prince remarks that only the children know what they are looking for and he says that children can make a rag doll so important that when it is taken from them they will cry. The switchman tells that only the children press their faces against the train windows and watch the landscape as it rushes by. appreciate it and spend the time like you are not wasting it like on studying. The prince asks if the people are chasing something. They are forgetting what is really important to them may be because they already set their minds. which can save as many as fifty-three minutes a day. The prince replies that if he had an extra fifty-three minutes.

Lesson learned The important thing to learn is by searching and knowing the heart of a person. As they drink. He remembers the fox’s lesson that tears are the pain you risk by being tamed. When the pilot takes out his drawings. the pilot is struck by the sweetness of the water. the inside of a person and that where you can see the beauty of being a person. Remembering a boyhood home that was made special for him by rumors of buried treasure. he realizes that the prince has secret plans and guesses that they are related to the fact that the next day marks the anniversary of the prince’s arrival on Earth. Summary: Chapter XXV The pilot and the little prince lift the water from the well which looks like a village well but there is no village there. the prince remarks. He and the prince agree that men on Earth lose sight of those things for which they are looking. who loves his rose so deeply. Suddenly the pilot feels very sad. The prince explains that the desert is beautiful because somewhere it conceals a well. The prince is happy that the pilot agrees with the fox’s lessons and drops off to sleep. . The prince reminds the pilot of his promise to draw a muzzle for the prince’s sheep. He is too worried that he will die of thirst but the little prince insisted to tell more about his fox friend until the prince says he is also thirsty and proposes that they search for a well. The prince refuses to admit that he has plans but the pilot can tell from the prince’s blushing that he has guessed correctly. and actions. which revives the heart like a good feast and which is made special by its setting in the same way that a Christmas present is made special by the celebration that surrounds it.Summary: Chapter XXIV The pilot has been stuck in the desert for eight days and has run out of water when the little prince finished the story of his travels. When they walk. The pilot agrees despite that he know that they are on a desert and it is an illogical to search for water. unlike anything one would expect to find in a desert. As the pilot gives the prince the drawing of the muzzle. the prince and the pilot talk about beauty. the little prince good-naturedly laughs at their primitiveness but says that children will understand them. But people look with their eyes instead of their hearts. People on Earth raise five thousand roses when they could find what they really want in a single rose or drop of water. At daybreak he finds the well for which they have been looking for. the pilot is stunned to realize that the source of beauty is always something secret and invisible. The pilot continues to walk with the sleeping little prince in his arms. It is invisible because you cannot see it but you can feel it with your heart and this is what the chapter wants us to know for they are in a desert land and they seek water even if they know that it is not logical to search for water in a desert and they successfully find a well it means each of us has beauty inside of us and just search for it and use it. Do not judge a person just by looking at his or her physical appearance but rather judge a person by his thoughts. words.

The pilot becomes very sad because he knows that the little prince is hiding a plan on leaving him soon to go back to his planet. it hurts when someone that you love lie unto you or hiding a plan. It is painful for the pilot because he already loves the little prince and he is taking care of him like in any relationship.Lesson learned People are preoccupied of many things that is why they lose their sights on what really important to them. I learned that we need to focus on what we want in our lives and pursue it. you felt betray but understanding them will lessen the pain you are having. Hiding secret is like telling lies and you automatically putting pain to your friend or love ones like what the little prince did. .

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