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Terror at Eerie Mt Go find some twigs to make a splint quicklysaid the guide Chris with a low tone Its going to storm it looks really bad he shouted Listen Dave I need you to be still and try not think of the pain Chris shrieked Can someone please get me something to soak up the blood Oh my God Chris demanded Stop staring shouted the bearded guide Am I going to die cried Dave No you wont die the guide screamed Hes going to die look at that thick puddle of blood Ive never seen that much blood The other boys whisper amongst themselves Just then one of the younger boys bends his head over and began vomiting on the trail leaving a hot moist putrid odor lingering in the air That began the misery that nearly ended seven innocent lives on a hiking trip to Eerie Mountain This was my first personal proof that there is a God And that we are all linked in some way I become a transparent eyeball I am nothing I see all the currents of the Universal Being circulate through me I am part or particle of God Ralph Waldo Emerson believed in the concept of the Oversoul which is described as an ultimate spiritual unity encompasses all existence and in which each human being has an individual share This idea emphasizes the belief that we meaning everything is connected under God We as humans arent really individual but a fragment of a whole which he calls Nature Henry David Thoreau who studied the teachings of Emerson celebrates the vivid beauty of nature in a novel titled Walden Thoreau spends more than two years on Emersons land to try and discover God in nature and to honor his brother Thoreau was mesmerized by a rainbow and it made such an impact on him that he recorded this
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