Lessons to be inferred

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Well for one that humans are unpredictable and are ruled more by emotions than logic. And also that there is a lot of unexplored stuff that we don't know out there
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Adventure is an integral part of human nature.This sometimes can end up in misadventure like it is evident here.
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Life is about getting out of our comfort zones, at times we may be afraid but that shouldn't stop us from taking risks. Also, nature is very important, not just human life.
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Vic Chimezie wrote:
> Nothing is really to achieve. If you seek and adventure, you have to be
> ready for dangers involved. Another lesson is that alcohol when abused can
> lead to serious problems. Best of all is that humans are unpredictable and
> act based on impulse and their environment.
Very true, every adventure carries it's own dangers along with it. I also can't agree more to the fact that drug abuse -more so that of alcohol- has far-reaching negative effects.
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When confronted by nature's essence, the inherent makeup of humans is brought to light. Generally, nature cannot be ignored.
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Oh humans, as much as you can please have respect for other forms of nature!
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Leen282 wrote:
> For me, the lesson would be that we cannot underestimate the power of
> nature, plants, flowers - and we don't even have to look at extreme
> situations like in the book, it would be good already if humans respect
> nature and everything it gives to us.


I agree. Nature is a powerful force. Humans need to be very careful how they deal with it.
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The lesson on human nature is also the biggest lesson I took away from the book. Each and every person is unique and there is no way to tell how a person will respond or react to different sets of circumstances.
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Vic Chimezie wrote:
> Nothing is really to achieve. If you seek and adventure, you have to be
> ready for dangers involved. Another lesson is that alcohol when abused can
> lead to serious problems. Best of all is that humans are unpredictable and
> act based on impulse and their environment.

Yes. Our capability to feel emotions makes us act on impulse and not on logic all the time.
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I think nature should be respected like it respects us! Going against the laws of nature makes its instincts angry and the results might be worse. So lets take care of nature so as it can replicate it to us.
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Relationships. In the midst of searching for Uncle Randall Grant communicates with wolves well and also had sex with Irina and connected well with his team members.
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Every human is a story for itself. We have an explosive nature, and we cannot predict our actions.
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The biggest lesson from the book was that humans are unpredictable and that they will always follow their instincts and will act according to what please them.
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It's amazing how human nature is capable of so much emotion and driven by motives. Afterall, we are human beings in this beautiful yet mysterious world.
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I will just love to say that the things to know is also is that human are unpredictable, they have the free will to do and undo.
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