Creativity In The Little Prince

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Creativity is the key to the mind. “ The Little Prince” by Antoine De Saint-Exupery revolves around a pilot's tale from years past. The pilot had crashed in the Sahara desert. While being in the desert, he met a little prince. The pilot and the little prince immediately became friends. The little prince is from an asteroid named B-612, which is very small and far away. The little prince shared many of his fascinating adventures to the pilot. The prince talks about a rose he had met, and how he had fallen in love with her. But trouble strikes after, he had enough of the roses behavior, and her lies, he had lost all trust in her and ended their relationship. The prince became very lonely, so he decided to leave his planet and venture…show more content…
“ Jonathan Livingston Seagull” by Richard Bach is about a seagull named Jonathan. Jonathan is not an average seagull, he is quite different than most. While many seagulls are obsessed with eating, Jonathan has grown an interest in flying. Jonathan spends his days learning everything he can about flying. While practicing, Jonathan notices that he can fly higher, faster, and stronger than the average seagull. Jonathan's parents become very disappointed that he doesn't have an interest in food or eating. Quickly, his flock abandons him and considers him an outcast. But this doesn't stop Jonathan. He works even harder on his flying skills. Jonathan soon meets a flock of glowing seagulls that take him to a so called “heaven” where they were interested in flying like him. Jonathan’s flying skills quickly advance much faster than they did at home. Then Jonathan met a seagull named Sullivan, who teaches him much more about flying than he could ever imagine. Sullivan also taught him a lot of spiritual things about flying. Soon after his lessons with Sullivan, he meets the elder Chiang. Chiang teaches him how to disappear. Soon after this lesson Chiang quickly disappears permanently, as all masters eventually do. Jonathan then becomes the new master and aspires to teach young seagulls the spiritual art of flying. Jonathan goes back to earth and teaches young seagulls in a flock. Jonathan teaches a…show more content…
Wilson’s, “ Letters To A Young Scientist”, is a collection of twenty letters from the author about his career of a scientist. Edward talks about his struggles and highs of his career. The author shares his knowledge about science throughout the letters. The Author wrote these letters to motivate young adults to become scientists. He explained that no matter what happens, and what struggles they come upon, never give up and keep trying. Each letter we learn something new from the author. We learn the author's stories and emotions throughout his life. He gives his tips and tricks on how to be a good scientist. The author believes that a successful scientist isn't someone who only focuses on the math and the hard facts, a good scientist is someone with imagination and
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