野性的呼唤(英文读后感300--400词)
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The self-awakening of a dog

——reading The Call Of The Wild

Before being trafficked by a deceitful gardener to the extremely cold Northland, Buck had everything that was provided by his cultured and wealthy owner. He was more a pet than an independent creature. To some extend, his unfortunate experience benefits him a lot because it shows what the real face of nature looks like and where his place should be. Situations are just the same when it comes to the teenagers nowadays.

Living under other people's will instead of their own , teenagers feel something missing from heart at times and they either turn to virtual world ,dreaming away their time, or they are driven by the eagerness for profit and fame, always in a rush. To fill the emptiness, what we actually need is a desire for life. But If we haven't struggled against unfair fate as Buck did, how will we value what we possess at present? If we don't get in close contact with nature as our ancestors did, how can we understand the deep meaning conveyed by those classical literary works? That is where teenager's trouble lies .And Buck showed us a great method.

After a seemingly tough struggle, Buck managed to survive the bloody fight against wolves and return to embrace nature with complete freedom he won from the war. With his sense sharpened, Buck experienced more, and learned something else about nature’s way.

As a matter of fact, for animals, it's quite easy to make the change. For us human beings, although we are far more intelligent than any dog , it is also far more difficult for us to achieve self awakening as a consequence of internal and external obstacles. Now that we can not break away from society, absolute freedom keeps a distant dream. Now we are far from nature and have only limited freedom both physically and mentally. For one thing, we are losing wild nature. Unlike Buck, we are no longer able to run and jump as we wish .Both our senses and skills are declining, which holds us from scrabbling for the amazing beauty of nature. For another, we are abusing violence as well as suffering from it at the same time. We force people to accept our own conceptions unconsciously even though they are unwilling to. We set every potential enemy up whole day and all night while in nature, even wolf and deer live in peace most of the time.

But one thing is for sure .That is, whichever means we take, we will eventually find out what our natural state of mind is and have a good balance between humanity and wild nature. Then, we will be guaranteed much bigger happiness than Buck was.