Top 50 Henry David Thoreau Quotes on Nature, Happiness and Success

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Top 50 Henry David Thoreau Quotes on Nature, Happiness and Success

Top 50 Henry David Thoreau Quotes on Nature, Happiness and Success

 

“The Language of Friendship is Not Words but Meanings.”

Henry David Thoreau 

  

“Go Confidently in The Direction of your Dreams. Live the Life you have Imagined.” 

Henry David Thoreau 

  

“Men are Born to Succeed, Not to Fail.” 

Henry David Thoreau 

  

“Thank God men Cannot Fly, and Lay Waste The Sky as well as The Earth.” 

Henry David Thoreau 

  

“Rather than Love, than Money, than Fame, Give me Truth.” 

Henry David Thoreau 

  

“It's The Beauty within us that Makes it Possible for us to Recognize The Beauty around us.  The Question is Not what you Look at But what you See.” 

Henry David Thoreau 

  

“The Secret of Achievement is to Hold a Picture of a Successful outcome in Mind.” 

Henry David Thoreau 

  

“The most I can do for My Friend is Simply be his Friend.” 

Henry David Thoreau 

  

“True Friendship can afford True Knowledge. It does Not Depend on Darkness and Ignorance.” 

Henry David Thoreau 

  

“I Think we may Safely Trust a Good Deal more than We do.” 

Henry David Thoreau 

  

“It's Not what You Look at that Matters, It's what You See.”  

Henry David Thoreau

  

“Youth gets together with their Materials to Build a Bridge to The Moon or maybe a Palace on Earth; then in Middle age they Decide to Build a Woodshed with them Instead.” 

Henry David Thoreau  

  

“The Mass of men Lead Lives of Quiet Desperation.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“Dreams are The Touchstones of our Characters.”  

Henry David Thoreau   

 

“The Question is Not what You Look at, But what You See.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“The only People who Ever get Any Place Interesting are The People who get Lost.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“An Early-Morning Walk is a Blessing for the whole Day.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“Pursue some Path, however Narrow and Crooked, in which You can Walk with Love and Reverence.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“What Lies Behind Us and what Lies ahead of Us are Tiny Matters Compared to what Lives within Us.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“Do Not be too Moral. You may Cheat yourself Out of much Life so. Aim above Morality. Be Not simply Good, be Good for Something.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“All Good Things are Wild, and Free.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“There is No more Fatal Blunderer than he Who Consumes The Greater Part of his Life getting his Living.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“There is No Remedy for Love but to Love More.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“Our Life is Frittered away by Detail... Simplify, Simplify.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“Books are The Treasured Wealth of The World and The Fit Inheritance of Generations and Nations.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“Be Yourself- Not your Idea of what You Think somebody else's Idea of Yourself should be.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“If a man does Not Keep Pace with his Companions, Perhaps it is Because he Hears a Different Drummer. Let him Step to The Music he Hears, however Measured or Far away.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“That Government is Best which Governs least.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“The Volatile Truth of our Words should Continually Betray The Inadequacy of The Residual Statement.” 

Henry David Thoreau  

  

“The Price of anything is The Amount of Life you Exchange for it.” 

Henry David Thoreau  

  

“Time is but The Stream I go a-Fishing in.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“Read The Best Books First, or You may Not have a Chance to Read them at all.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“The Greatest Compliment that was ever Paid me was when One Asked me what I Thought, and Attended to my Answer.”  

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“The Greatest Tragedy in Life is to Spend Your whole Life Fishing only to Discover it was Never Fish that You were after.”  

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“Nothing makes The Earth seem so Spacious as to have Friends at a Distance; They make The Latitudes and Longitudes.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“A Man is Rich in Proportion to The Number of Things he can Afford to let Alone.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“When it's Time to Die, let us Not Discover that We have Never Lived.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“This World is but a Canvas to our Imagination.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“I was Not Born to be Forced. I will Breathe after my Own Fashion. Let us See who is The Strongest.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“Behave so The Aroma of your Actions may Enhance The General Sweetness of The Atmosphere.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“It takes Two to Speak Truth - one to Speak, and Another to Hear.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“Our Truest Life is when We are in Dreams Awake.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“I had Three Chairs in my House; One for Solitude, Two for Friendship, Three for Society.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“The Path of least Resistance leads to Crooked Rivers and Crooked Men.” 

Henry David Thoreau   

  

“If You have Built Castles in The Air, your Work Need Not be Lost; that is where They should be. Now put The Foundations Under them.” 

Henry David Thoreau