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25 things I've learned in 9 years of simplifying my life
Business Insider

Henry David Thoreau: Simplify, Simplify

We can have anything we want in life, but we can't have everything. Post published by Robert Puff Ph.D. on Jul 31, 2015 in Meditation for Modern Life Source: Fotolia_44770421_XS copy Busy, busy, busy. Boy, can we be busy! We can be so active ... Psychology Today, 3 days ago
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Playwright Calls for Revolution Against 'Polluticians'

In his famous and elegant 28-page essay, On the Duty of Civil Disobedience, Henry David Thoreau reminds us that we are wo(men) first and subjects thereafter. It means we must possess a conscience to stand up against unjust governments that fool the ...
 The Star (Kenya)2 weeks ago
Architectural Lighting

The Benefits of Natural Light

Tang Yau Hoong In 1862, Henry David Thoreau wrote, In Wildness is the preservation of the world. If he were to see our modern cities, our buildings, and what remains of the wild, perhaps his reaction would be similar to what David Orr, the Paul ...
 Architectural Lighting2 weeks ago
National Geographic

Adventure 101: Canoeing the Allagash

Take a page out of Henry David Thoreau's book, and paddle on northern Maine's remote Allagash River . Here was traveling of the old heroic kind over the unaltered face of nature, he wrote in The Maine Woods , his account of a series ...
 National Geographic3 weeks ago
Public Radio International

Project to translate 'Walden' into Farsi becomes a cultural exchange

Alireza Taghdarreh never forgets the first time heheard about Henry David Thoreau. It was back in 1982, in Iran. "I [heard it]on a $1 pocket radio. ... It said 'the man who goes alone can start today but he who travels with another must wait ...
 Public Radio International3 days ago Margaret Betz: Celebrating Thoreau's Walden Pond  The Gulf Today2 weeks ago "Thoreau or, Return to Walden" at Berkshire Theatre Group-slide4  Examiner.com1 month ago In Thoreau, one man's struggle  Boston Globe1 month ago
Seeking Alpha

U.S. Household Wealth Grew By $1.63 Trillion (+2%) Last Quarter

By Gary Alexander "Wealth is the ability to fully experience life." - Henry David Thoreau Over 30 years ago, I was honored to edit a new magazine called "Wealth." (Wealth is like "Money," only more so; get it?) Well, Money Magazine is still ...
 Seeking Alpha1 month ago

Jeb Bush Admires a Really Lousy President -- And It's Not His Brother

-- Reprinted from The Nation James K. Polk was condemned by John Quincy Adams, Henry David Thoreau, and Abraham Lincoln on issues of human bondage and lawless militarism. It is no secret that Jeb Bush faces a challenge when the subject is ...
 OpEdNews.com14 hours ago
The Runner's Tribe

Tucker's Weekly Workout: Running Day And Night

Running Day and Night: By Mark Tucker An early morning walk is a blessing for the whole day (Henry David Thoreau) And so is a run, as all of us runners well know. Not just in the morning, mind you, but anytime of the day and night ...
 The Runner's Tribe1 month ago Top 10 lessons learned from a five-day bike and poker trip  Rolling Good Times1 week ago

It's Not You, It's Me. The Quiet Breakup with Mass Market

If he were alive today, Henry David Thoreau might breathe a sigh of relief at having made it to today through the greed and materialism of the late 20th century. Simpler living, individualism, localization, thrift, and respect for the environment ...
 CRM Guru1 week ago
Government Executive

Can Design Help the USPS Make Stamps Popular Again?

In 1967, the United States Postal Service issued a new five-cent postage stamp to celebrate Henry David Thoreau's 150th birthday. The stamp proved exceedingly popular, but not for the reasons the USPS might have guessed: The scraggly-bearded ...
 Government Executive2 weeks ago
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