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The Little Prince The Little Prince written by Antoine De Saint-Exupery is a work of literature that contains both hidden and explicit pieces of wisdom This childrens story is about a little prince who lives on a small planet The planet is simple it is comprised of three volcanoes which come up to his knees and a flower overwhelmed with pride The flower and the little prince have conversations about life that confuse the little boy to the extent that it sets him on a journey to discover what is really important in ones existence Before the little prince had a chance to set on his journey an aviator crash-landed onto his planet and they began to form a friendship The little prince started to teach the visitor about how to take care of the planet and the importance of cleaning out the baobab trees before they had time to grow A baobab is a plant that needs a large amount of immediate attention If it does not receive it the baobab could expand and ruin the whole planet The little prince said When you finish with your own toilet in the morning then it is time to attend to the toilet of your planet just so with the greatest care 21 The little princes point is simple the baobabs need to be taken care of even if they do not seem to cause direct harm to the inhabitants of the planet I see this very concept in my everyday life For example I pay attention to recycling This is not because of the short-term effects of littering but rather because I know littering can potentially caus e a problem for our environment The chances of me directly hurting an animal by throwing one wrapper on the ground are very slim However I keep the ground clean for other reasons For instance I may influence somebody else to litter simply by showing this
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