Central characters to J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings beloved franchise are no less than hobbits. Namely, Bilbo and Frodo Baggins. A race of people from a branch of humans, they are as short as dwarves, measuring between two and four feet and have slightly pointy ears like elves. (Spoilers ahead)
Well, by the title, I do not mean to be physically like hobbits or adopt their way of life but to simply learn from those created characters, focal in Tolkien’s best-selling fantasy books. For instance, most hobbits do not know how to swim nor are fond of travels and newfangled things outside of their ease.
Simplistic in nature, “they love peace and quiet and love tilled earth”, they enjoy the gifts of nature. Although they are skilled with tools, machines as hard to manipulate as forge bellows and water mills are not of their interest. They are described as…
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