What virtues, admirable qualities, or good habits does Crusoe reflect on having acquired or does it seem Crusoe has acquired as a result of his experiences?
Crusoe begins to speak more about the payoffs of his hard work and his persistence in getting tasks completed. These tasks also teach him about frugality, and he begins to reflect on the uselessness of desire on the island or in the world even beyond that. He makes what he needs and takes what he needs. He clearly becomes more content and patient with the pace of life he has created for himself, something also facilitated by his routine prayer. He has become more in tune with the natural world and its order, an order...
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