The Little Prince Analysis and Insights

1696 Words Nov 22nd, 2012 7 Pages
Leyte Normal University
Tacloban City

Project in
Personality Development
“The Little Prince “

Submitted by:
Precious Viloh B. Dadap
BSSW-I
Submitted to:
Mrs. Lilibeth Faliorina, RSW
Assistant Professor 3

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Summary of
“The Little Prince “
By: Antoine de Saint-Exupery

The story begins when the narrator tell about his childhood, when he drew a boa constrictor digesting an elephant and showed them to adults but was discourage by their crude comments. As such, he then gave up his dream of becoming an artist and instead became a
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Those experiences did not stop me from joining different contest, until I reach the point during my last year in high school when I personally asked myself, will I continue and make this talent as a profession or not. And in the end I choose a path different from what the people around me expected me to be. I am happy that even though the narrator did not follow is dream and become a pilot instead, but his skills in drawing lead him to have and know a friend which makes his terrible accident in Sahara Desert into memorable one. That part makes me feel good and enlightened me in foreseeing myself in the future, because I know I can never leave my God given talent beside me but it is always a part of me, even though am taking a different path in life.

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And for that I will never be regretful because I know there is no right and wrong choices as long as I follow my God in every way. And who knows maybe this talent of mine will lead me to become a good Social Worker in the future. Next, is the little prince’s love for his rose. Like the little prince there are also people that I love and I want to protect, and that is my family and friends. The line “It is the time you have wasted for your rose that makes your rose so important” taught me that the thing or the people you spend with your time most, will become the most important part of your life and for me, I want to devote my time in serving my God together with my family and
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