Tag Archives: Thoreau

On the Nurturing Ways of Nature…

Nature, in all of its forms, has a way of nurturing life and the living; nature is able to create, give, and sustain life. Nature benefits the human body, the human mind, and the human soul. This morning I awoke … Continue reading

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On Change…

The bitterness of winter is communicated in the frost upon the ground, the barren trees, and in the silence that whispers in the nippy air. Where daffodils once bloomed in the vibrant spring and summer, a hint of white marks … Continue reading

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On Friendship…

Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson were known to be friends. Even after Thoreau went to Walden, Emerson frequently visited him, bringing him gifts and supplies every few days. Friendship is an important part of any person’s life. In … Continue reading

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Little Fortunes

For all of you who have been following this blog, you’ll know why I’m so excited to have gotten this fortune in my fortune cookie! For those of who you who do not know, I’ve spent the past year researching … Continue reading

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On Passion…

Everyone has a passion. Everyone has something that motivates them to indulge further into life and the experiences it has to offer. Some people have passion for art, music, science, etc. I believe that the happiest of people are those … Continue reading

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Pictures from Walden Pond

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Walden Pond

The other day, I went for a hike around Walden Pond. I went in search of something–I didn’t know what it was, but I felt that I would find it there, as Thoreau once did. So, without understanding exactly what … Continue reading

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