Thoreau's Walking

In Thoreau's essay Walking he says that man should be so free that he can go for a walk he have no reason to return. The essay is on the necessity and art of walking, but I was once again struck by his extreme position on freedom.

1 comment:

Jarrett said...

I also like what he has to say in Walden, that if you want to get somewhere, just go. Don't wait for other ppeople or wait for the proper X, or you'll never get anything done, or go anywhere.