The Words of Henry Thoreau, a Philosopher in the Woods — Part 26
“If you restrict your life in the best way of all you have learned,
you would never be plagued by boredom.
If you live as true to your talent as possible,
new prospects would open up from moment to moment.
Such a life itself would be pleasant and never lose its freshness.”
To live according to your talent is
not to be dependent on others’ way of living or thought,
but to stick to your own way of living.
It is to live according to the best thought you believe in,
no matter how the state of society is
or how people around you live.
As Thoreau says,
to “live as true to your talent as possible” is important.
Because a life full of creativity blooms from there.
Life which conforms to the state of society is merely imitation and conformity.
The same way of living as others brings no creativity.
Love your talent, innate quality,
or your destiny you bear.
Respect the path where only you can tread.
If you are true to yourself like this,
things you couldn’t understand become clear,
and the entirely new discovery, understanding and creation of life would arise.
Such a way of life and unique thought can’t
fit in any conventional frames of society.
Life which discovers truth or which is really religious
comes from the independence of spirit and new creativity,
and has incessant freshness and joy of life.
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