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Henry David Thoreau conducted an experiment living simple and peaceful in a small cabin that he built himself The observations about nature the importance of the individual value of a simple life and more relevant today as environment abuses multiply the pressure to consume increases and the pace o life continues to speed upThoreau learned many things while he was over coming nature One of the most important lesson that Henry leaned was that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams and evdeavadors to live the life which he has imagined he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours When Thoreau made the decision to make an excitement on nature he was also making A decision to not only study nature but God as wellWhile living in nature and watching how things are supposed to be like Thoreau learned that we as humans are taking the wrong course Henry states Still we live like ants though the fable tells us we were long ago changed into men it is error upon error clout upon clout and out best virtue has for its occasion a superfluous and evitable wretchedness In a more clear way I believe he was saying that we as humans and maybe animals are just plain out racist and are always making errors in the path of lifeBy reading Henry David Thoreaus story Walden I myself learned a few things about life Like not to rush things throughout life because you have so much to do and so much time to live just enjoy life Also I learned that if you make a mistake or a tragedy happens throughout your life just do your best to forget about it because life goes on By reading this paper you have only experienced a little part of Henry Thoreaus thoughts try reading his stories
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