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In Where I Lived What I Lived For Thoreaus response towards nature is of admiration and value His respect for nature is almost religious This is depicted in the way he describes his love and adoration for natureThoreau is surrounded by nature and feels relaxed and relieved when he comes across it He seems to encounter a very peaceful and quiet world in Nature becomes a lower heaven itself so much the more importantThoreau 63 He expresses nature in a heaven-like way which shows his love and respect for it He situates his house in the forest so he could be the one caged and have birds around him instead of having a bird caged in his house This makes him feel closer to nature which he enjoys because he feels more relaxed when he encounters it Thoreau depicts his thoughts on Nature in a religious sense His values and respect for nature is portrayed in an unusual way that reflects his personality An adobe without birds is like a meal without seasoning63 He portrays Nature as a seasoning because he feels that nature makes life more exciting and without it life would be boring just like an unseasoned meal is boring The reason he values Nature and the experience he has in the woods is because he feels more in control and happier when he is there He feels that Nature is wonderful and that without it life would not be worth living near green hillsand higher ones in the horizon64-5 Thoreau emphasizes the idea of the continuing mountains that go back until he is unable to see anymore Damodara describes it as a vast horizon that is very enjoyable Thoreau uses his imagination to see the rest of the wide mountain ranges that he is unable to see There was pasture enough for my imagination64-5 He is not only referring to his imagination but how he can wander off in his own
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