The first important influence upon the mind of human is nature. As per (Manjari,A) “ Nature has a great impact in our mind. It helps individual to find new innovative ways to live life.” Nature teaches people with ways to live life in a harmonious way. Emerson also says that nature and the mind of human are similar like a circular power which returns again like the everyday sun and the sunset, night and her stars. When the nature is being destroyed however with some circular power it begins to grow again and even the human mind once diverted comes back to sense one day. Emerson in the American Scholar says that the nature...
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...In eternity there is indeed something true and sublime.” Both Emerson and Thereon tends to have different idea of how the nature teaches a lesson to the human world.
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