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  • Comment on Conclusion 1-9 by Allison Cummings
    Posted in: SNHUmans In reply to Ainsley Owens. Exactly!
  • Comment on Conclusion 10-19 by Allison Cummings
    Posted in: SNHUmans In reply to Ainsley Owens. Well said, Ainsley. Given that he had TB and financial constraints, he lived that advice.
  • Comment on Conclusion 10-19 by Ainsley Owens
    Posted in: SNHUmans This paragraph also discusses, as I mentioned in one of my earlier comments, Thoreau’s philosophy and how it intertwines with nature. He states that no matter what your life is like, you do not give up and reject it and complain about it. Thoreau believes the way to live your best life […]
  • Comment on Conclusion 1-9 by Ainsley Owens
    Posted in: SNHUmans This paragraph was super important in the sense that Thoreau’s safe place, his favorite location with his favorite sounds and scents of the trees and waters and animals, became a feeling of normalcy. When Thoreau first moved into the woods, he was in awe of everything around him, and took in everything […]
  • Comment on Spring 14-26 by Ainsley Owens
    Posted in: SNHUmans I really enjoyed this paragraph. Thoreau discusses how thinking better thoughts can lead to living a better life. Looking at things with optimism can often make bad things less bad, which Thoreau touches upon. A lot of Thoreau’s writings are entirely based around not only nature but also the way he thinks […]

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