Henry David Thoreau quotes on man - Page 3

  We are apt to imagine that this hubbub of Philosophy, Literature, and Religion, which is heard in pulpits, lyceums, and parlors, vibrates through the universe, and is as catholic a sound as the creaking of the earth's axle. But if a man sleeps soundly, he will forget it all between sunset and dawn.  
Henry David Thoreau

Quotes by author Henry David Thoreau


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