“Never try to be better than anyone else…but always try to be the best you can be. The gulls who scorn perfection for the sake of travel go nowhere slowly. Those who put aside travel for the sake of perfection go anywhere instantly. ” Elder gull Chiang to Jonathan Livingston Seagull on the need to be our best. And he is a seagull, so it must be true. (Bach, 1970) “Seagulls, as you know, never falter, never stall. To stall…...
The little prince, Hope for the flower, and Jonathan Livingston Seagull are stories that can bring an everlasting moral lessons in LIFE. These are stories with a philosophical implication, the works of the authors Antoine de Saint-Exupery, Trina Paulos and Richard Bach are devoted to a discussion of the sort of questions normally addressed in way of life. I said so because all the stories give emphasis to the function and role of the society, and also the purpose of…...
A Story With Moral ValueCaterpillarMoralRichard WrightThe Little Prince
Like Starsky and Hutch, Jaws and flared jeans, Jonathan Livingston Seagull was one of the hits of the 1970s. It was even made into a movie. But what exactly is this book, and is it still worth reading? Bach's bestseller is an uplifting fable of a seagull, Jonathan, who decides he is much more than just a seagull, who wants something else out of life. It consists of fewer than 100 pages, including many dreamy photographs of gulls in action.…...
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