while inferno can be read as a straightforward story about dante's journey through hell, it is also a big, long allegory for man's descent into sin. dante represents everyone. he loses the path of salvation in a shadowy world of sin.
yes, but not all my wealth.
we have a saying that "don't just give a man a fish, teach him how to fish." but if they cannot really get some fish, i'll be the one who will motivate them in life that the reason why ive got this wealth is because of my hardwork and strong-willed spirit. in that, prayer is still the best help you can give for the people in our society.
explanation: the monkey is eating all of the bananas before they can fall to the turtle on the ground. with resourceful thinking, the turtle prevents this by putting spikes around the tree where the monkey climbs. seeking revenge, the monkey decides to chop the turtle into pieces and then cook it for dinner. the turtle is ready to counter by arguing that it is impossible to cut him up because of his hard shell. he suggests that in order to kill him, the monkey must throw him in the river. only after the angry monkey throws the turtle in the river does he realize he can swim.