Henry David Thoreau Quote

What is peculiar in the life of a man consists not in his obedience, but his opposition, to his instincts. In one direction or another he strives to live a supernatural life.


Journal, ed. by B. Torrey, 1837-1846, 1850-Nov. 3, 1861 (ed. 1906)

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What is peculiar in the life of a man consists not in his obedience, but his opposition, to his instincts. In one direction or another he strives to...

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What is peculiar in the life of a man consists not in his obedience, but his opposition, to his instincts. In one direction or another he strives to...

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What is peculiar in the life of a man consists not in his obedience, but his opposition, to his instincts. In one direction or another he strives to...

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What is peculiar in the life of a man consists not in his obedience, but his opposition, to his instincts. In one direction or another he strives to...