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30 Jun Simplify, simplify

"Our lives are frittered away with detail. Simplify, simplify," wrote Henry David Thoreau. In response, Ralph Waldo Emerson replied, "One 'simplify' would have sufficed." It was well past 2 AM on a Friday night. We were moving out of our house the following day and had...

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05 Jun My Personal Walden

In 1845, a young, restless, and idealistic man living in Concord, Massachusetts left common society and retreated to a small pond approximately 2 miles outside of town. This man, Henry David Thoreau, spent the next two years living in a cabin he constructed at the...

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