Tuesday, August 30, 2005



Henry David Thoreau, Natural History of Massachusetts:
The merely political aspect of the land is never very cheering; men are degraded when considered as the members of a political organization.

Henry David Thoreau, Walking:
In one half-hour I can walk off to some portion of the earth's surface where a man does not stand from one year's end to another, and there, consequently, politics are not, for they are but as the cigar-smoke of a man.

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