Henry David Thoreau Quote

The stars are the jewels of the night, and perchance surpass anything which day has to show. A companion with whom I was sailing one very windy but bright moonlight night, when the stars were few and faint, thought that a man could get along with them,-though he was considerably reduced in his circumstances,-that they were a kind of bread and cheese that never failed.


The Writings of Henry David Thoreau (ed. 1803)

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The stars are the jewels of the night, and perchance surpass anything which day has to show. A companion with whom I was sailing one very windy but...

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The stars are the jewels of the night, and perchance surpass anything which day has to show. A companion with whom I was sailing one very windy but...

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The stars are the jewels of the night, and perchance surpass anything which day has to show. A companion with whom I was sailing one very windy but...

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The stars are the jewels of the night, and perchance surpass anything which day has to show. A companion with whom I was sailing one very windy but...