Fahrenheit 451

While Montag is floating along on a dark river, he has the leisure to think about what he has seen. What does he realize, and how does this scene recall what Faber said was necessary for happiness?

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Montag floats down the river in peace and with ease, and the large body of water carefully deposits him on the riverbank. He sees the moon and contemplates the sun constantly burning as he once constantly burned things. Montag resolves to never burn anything again. Guy feels the wind in his air and the stillness around, he enjoys being in the moment in nature. Was this what Faber meant by happiness? Montag sees a deer. He thinks of Mildred and is sad for her.