I wonder why they are taking advantage of the jungle for all that it is worth.
Regardless of what the outcome is today, I promise I will never take a day for granted again in my life.
I must live life like there is no tomorrow, and never dwell on the past.
When reading the novel The Old Man Who Read Love Stories, I first began to think about how all of the settlers took advantage of the jungle and its resources.
On your way to the hospital after your fall, you wonder if this is that last time you would do chores, or be able to take care of your goats. But while all of this is going on, you promise yourself something very important.
At the end of the novel, the moment that Antonio slays the ocelot, he looks at the world from a new perspective, similar to how you looked at the world after your fall.