He further state that people are uncertain by the humankind around them and human must take themselves away from societies flaw and diversion in order to experience the unity with nature for which they are naturally suited".
Nature gives human a lot but human do not give in return and they believed that many people need to be separated from the rest of the world because they can see the real nature of the people and how society is changing.
It is concerned with the part evil plays in the world and with the social order God has decreed for man.
Because man cannot know God's purposes, he cannot complain about the existence of evil and must accept that Whatever is, is right.
What Emerson makes clear is that though we can see the stars and they are accessible, they are only accessible visibly.
Read full article The rounded world is fair to see, Nine times folded in mystery: Though baffled seers cannot impart The secret of its laboring heart, Throb thine with Nature's throbbing breast, And all is clear from east to west.The two authors Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry David Thoreau, are similar in many ways.The first example would be their love towards the nature, and their surroundings.The anciently reported spells of these places creep on us.The stems of pines, hemlocks, and oaks, almost gleam like iron on the excited eye.Thoreau whereas in friendship, studied nature and Emerson believed that each individual had a glow of religious studies, and that people should look for truths Emerson, who believed there was that each person contained a flash of religion and that it should be found through nature or through yourself.Thoreau, who was also very interested in the individual life style, thought that, one can only be happy if one live as who they truly are.Spirit that lurks each form within Beckons to spirit of its kin; Self-kindled every atom glows, And hints the future which it owes.These halcyons may be looked for with a little more assurance in that pure October weather, which we distinguish by the name of the Indian Summer.An Essay on Man is a poem written by Alexander Pope in 1733–1734.It is a rationalistic effort to use philosophy in order to, as John Milton attempted, justify the ways of God to man.