What is the moral lesson of the story the last leaf?
Also, what is the message of the story the last leaf?
The chief message that this story gives is the spirit of sacrifice we need to have in our life. The old artist, Behrman sacrificed his life so that Johnsy could live. In this process, he also achieved his ambition of painting a masterpiece. The other message is that we should have a positive attitude in life.
Secondly, what is the reflection of the last leaf? Reflection: The Last Leaf is implying that you should have hope and faith because you don't know where and when is your death just like what happened to Johnsy and Mr. Behrmann's situation.
Considering this, what did you learned after reading the story the last leaf?
If a moral is to be assigned, one of the more prominent lessons from the story would be “Belief is a powerful agent of change.” Johnsy got better because she believed it, and Mr. Behrman was able to paint his ultimate masterpiece driven by his belief in its purpose, to give Johnsy the will to live.
What lesson do you learn from the story?
A theme is the message, or lesson, that the reader learns by reading the story. Sometimes a story has a particular kind of message, known as a moral. A moral is a type of message that teaches a reader a life lesson, such as what is right or wrong, how to make decisions, or how to treat other people.