The poet draws parallels between animals and humans. He believes that animals are superior than humans. As a result, he believes he may abandon humanity and live with the animals. This shows that society and morality are important to him.
Another reason why Dante places the virtuous in Paradise is because it gives him more room there. Since Paradise is divided into three parts - Heaven, Earth, and Hell - leaving more space for Paradise itself makes sense. Last but not least, it would be nice if there were enough space for everyone!
Dante wants people to be happy here on Earth before they go to Heaven after they die. Therefore, he writes about the beautiful things we can experience in this life in order to make sure people will enjoy them even when they're in Hell.
Hell is a place where sinners are punished forever because they did wrong during their lives. The punishment depends on the severity of the sin; therefore, some sinners are kept in Hell for many years or even centuries.
Those who commit treason against their country are sent to Hell's deepest level, called "Limbo", which is half-hell and half-heaven. It's a temporary location where good souls who died awaiting baptism into Christianity are kept until they can be admitted into Heaven or Hell.
The poem "animals" contrasts people with animals by stating that humans lack many qualities because they are greedy and selfish, but animals are much more real and contented. He believes that humans are always unhappy with their life and are drawn to material stuff. Animals on the other hand have no choice but to be happy since they don't know any better.
People often think that animals are stupid because they can't talk about their feelings, but the poet says that this is not true at all. Animals feel just like we do only they can't express it.
He also believes that humans are less important than animals because they will die soon after they live while animals will still be alive long after humans are gone.
In conclusion, the poet thinks that humans are nothing but animals who used their brain to evolve. It's very easy for us to look down on others since we're only looking at the surface but there's a lot more to everyone than what you would assume from just seeing them.
The poet was fascinated by the animals' placidity, self-reliance, complacence, and simplicity. They do not cry themselves to sleep in the dark for their faults. The only fault they have is that they are alive.
He also found them beautiful, especially the birds. He admired their grace, their power, and their freedom. But most of all he was enchanted by their song. Birds have the gift of singing because it does them good. It makes them happy.
For a long time people believed that birds were magical and could talk. They thought that birds told them what was going on in the world and sang them songs for love or war.
But now we know that birds simply sing to make other birds feel good about themselves. They like to spread happiness.
Birds also have the power to move us because they show that anything can be done if you try hard enough. Even if they're not magic, birds prove that beauty lies within ourselves. We need only see beyond the faults others may have to realize that we too are capable of singing.
The animals do not grieve in the dark for their transgressions. No one kneels to his or her neighbor. Kind that existed thousands of years ago The poet is more at ease with animals than with humans. It's because he believes none of the animals are dissatisfied with their situation. Therefore, they can't feel remorse over being killed. Instead, they just accept it as part of life. Humans, on the other hand, can feel sorrow and regret even after they die. This is why the poet says we should kneel down before animals because they cannot feel remorse.
Kneeling is used as a form of respect in many religions. It shows that you are willing to listen to what someone has to say and give them your full attention.
In Christianity, for example, Christians are told to "kneel before God" when they pray. This means that they should be facing the direction of their preference for God - which is usually north up toward heaven. When they pray, they should lay their heads upon their arms so that their faces are hidden from others but not from God.
In Judaism, a person who wishes to gain wisdom should study the Torah and try to understand its content. Only then will they be able to improve themselves and live a good life. To show that they are willing to learn, they should bow down before the Torah while praying.
While grieving, the poet claims that mankind is "out of sync" with everything and aspires to become a Pagan in order to see the beauty of nature. He believes that this world is not meant for humanity alone but also for other creatures because they are all part of one whole. Thus, he wants to use his talent to express the love people feel for animals by writing poems that will make them want to protect them.
In conclusion, man is out of tune with nature's harmony because he doesn't respect other living things. The poet hopes this world will be better if humans stopped being so selfish and started treating each other with love and compassion.