The Writings of Henry D. Thoreau

“But men labor under a mistake.
The better part of the man is soon ploughed into the soil for compost.
By a seeming fate, commonly called necessity, they are employed,
as it says in the old book, laying up treasures
which moth and rust will corrupt and thieves break through and steal.
It is a fool’s life, as they will find when they get to the end of it,
if not before.”
–Henry David Thoreau, Walden, 1854

The Thoreau Reader
Thoreau’s Life & Writings
Excerpts from Thoreau’s Journals
Poems of Thoreau
This Date From Henry David Thoreau’s Journal
Who He Was & Why He Matters
The Birthplace of Thoreau
The Blog of Henry David Thoreau
The Thoreau Institute at Walden Woods
World Wide Waldens at The Walden Woods Project
Henry David Thoreau Online
Henry David Thoreau (“The Transcendentalists”)
The American Transcendentalist Web
Thoreau Project at Calliope
The Thoreau Society


About Beema Noel

One navigates life's journey with the compass given. With blessings our instrument is true. Never Forget Remember the One The Way of Love Our Life, Our All This I believe is the journey we share so let us gladly walk together. As a child guided by my heart~ calling to mountains & sky, As a teen my heart called for freedom, As a young man; Blessed by the mystic yogi, One who may lead those seeking to make their way, by the rainbow light of the ever new Aeon.
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