Our Reading Life Favorite Quote, November 4, 2023

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Nature is our mother. But as we grow up, we spend less and less time in her abiding presence. Do you find yourself stuck within the confines of a city life? Do you feel the longing to reconnect with the natural world? Great transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau certainly felt this longing when he embarked on a voluntary two-year exile in the woods, which eventually became the subject for his book Walden. If you’re a nature lover, I invite you to revisit one of my favorite articles from Our Reading Life archive and feel what Thoreau felt when he wrote these lines, “Every little pine needle expanded and swelled with sympathy and befriended me.”

Quote from Walden by Henry David Thoreau.

Walden; Or Life in the Woods is one of the best books about finding healing solitude in nature. If you want to learn more, read the article here.

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