What Is Thoreau's Journey At Walden When I Went To The Woods

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Henry David Thoreau was a man of intelligence, brilliance, and success. He was a Harvard graduate and an educator. He was an activist against the Mexican war and slavery. People never really understood Thoreau. He was a man that seem to have difficulty getting along with others, yet he has “great qualities of intellect and character,” as his close friend, Nathaniel Hawthorne described. Thoreau was an adventurous man who wanted to find out what life is. He tries to figure this out by living a deliberate life in the wood at Walden Pond. As Thoreau described, “I Went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it has to teach, and not when I came to die, discover …show more content…
He has learned, experience, and formed new relationships on his journey. His mission was to experience and live through a deliberate lifestyle. A lifestyle of a transcendentalist. Thoreau left the woods because it was his time to live other lives and experience other experiences. He has done what he needed to do at Walden. Ending his journey at Walden didn’t mean ending the book of his life. It meant opening a chapter and creating new paths. His goal was to connect with nature so he can connect with God. He has done the best he could, and he didn’t let anyone bring him down. That’s what you are supposed to do; advance towards your dreams confidently and do the best you possibly can. Once you walk on your path confidently, success will meet you at the end. Fulfill your dreams assertively, leaving behind the negativity energy, and the negative people that are a hindrance to your success. As long as you continue to march to the beat of your own drum, you will meet your success. In the process of meeting that success, there will be ups and own, and it's not always going to easy, but just know that when a door close (because it will), don’t allow that to have your only experience. Other opportunities are appointed all

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