What is the moral lesson of The Little Prince?
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It shows us how we can only understand different things in the world about through experienceing them as how he showed the little prince venturing the worlds and meeting different people and thus grows up in a way most "grown ups" never experienced.
Depending on how you view it (stories are all subjective), the lesson from this book can be seen as the only way we can learn in our lives, is through experiencing it ourselves first hand. We cannot rely on others telling us, teaching us, or trying to get a message across. Unless we are there experiencing it ourselves, we will not be able to learn from what is true. Furthermore, the story teaches us the importance of friendship, being invisible, and responsibility. Depending on how the reader views it, this story has many teachings it can offer.
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