“The Little Prince.”

Hey there…

Does The Little Prince ring you a bell during High School  or even College years?

Well Saint Exupery through the characterization of Le Petit Prince in the book “THE LITTLE PRINCE” shares that human stupidity overcomes childhood’s simple vision thru life.

 Adulthood easily develop the bad habit to complicate the most simple… towards unnecessary disturbance of mental balance and world’s peace.

There is no absolute ultimate truth. 

 Also through the little prince’s journey he shares that the same way his own house is a planet, each character mentioned on this book represents a different planet or life. 

Thru his strategic boring questions and shared concerns to these other characters (planets), he concludes that humanity wastes too much time paying attention to unnecessary things, instead of focusing on how to become better version of themselves in the event that there will always exist an internal human conflict between what is light and darkness…

That is why:

“What is essential is invisible to the eye”

Dedicated to Doribela Barbosa;

A special gifted woman, that not only shares her light through Art and Yoga, she is a great inspiration to anyone from children to adults. A great teacher, friend, wife and mother able to see and forseen anything that could be “Essential and Invisible to the Eye”

Namaste

Author:
Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; RYT-200 hrs; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda.

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Reference:

The Little Prince; Saint Exupery


Courtesy of Semperlee Yoga Corp


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