Nature can actually lead us to God, and to our true selves.
He first went to Charleston, South Carolinabut found the weather was still too cold. And the tree began to sprout!
But that doesn't mean he turned his back on the spiritual world.
This would become known as the "Philosophers Camp  " This event was a landmark in the 19th-century intellectual movement, linking nature with art and literature. Emerson no longer understood the divine as an external or higher power, but saw it as transferred into man himself.
Along with his friend Charles Sumner and James Russell Lowell, he was an early member of the Saturday Club founded in Boston ina group of writers, philosophers and intellectuals who openly opposed slavery.
Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau are two transcendentalists that have different views on freedom. These men, our benefactors, … the producers of comfort and luxury for the civilized world. C, at the end of January Emerson depicts the prime example of the breaking away from strict religion to Transcendentalism.
After the fire in his house inRalph Waldo Emerson began to withdraw more and more from public life. When I looked further into its meaning I came to realize it encompasses the growth and renewal of the individual, revolt against conformity, and basically promotes all sorts of reformation.
You see the men, how they are willing to sell shamelessly, the happiness of countless generations of fellow-creatures, the honor of their country, and their immortal souls for a money market and political power. Only by following our own individual path and our own inner instinct will we be able to distinguish truth from falsehood and good from evil.