What Is the Moral Lesson of the Happy Prince?

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If you are referring to the book, Le Petit Prince, the moral lesson of the happy prince may be subjective. However, one moral lesson that can be derived from the book is that it is important to devote time and passion to what you care about. In addition, matters of the heart may be unseen, but more important to what is obviously seen. Also, relationships are a key aspect of the book, in terms of caring for others and cultivating meaningful relationships.
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