The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse - Pages 23 - 43 Summary & Analysis

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The mole tells the boy that their greatest freedom lies in how one reacts to the things that happen around him. The next picture shows the boy and mole sitting on a branch, watching the fox as he draws a heart on the ground using his footsteps. The mole tells the boy he has learned to be in the present by closing his eyes, focusing, and breathing. When the boy asks, the mole says that he focuses on cake.

The next pictures show the boy and mole crossing a creek on rocks. The mole falls in and is saved by the fox. The next picture shows the boy hugging the fox. In the next picture, the boy, fox, and mole are sitting together watching a shooting star. One of the friends, probably the mole, comments there is a good deal of beauty they...

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