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Ralph Waldo Emerson

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1: Man is in persuit of power and success. Culture helps balance out this life. Photo courtesy of www.flickr.com

3: Our memories are clouded by the nature around us. We can only take in so much before memories are lost. We cannot process every bit of information and this is what makes man "a defect" of nature. Photo courtesy of www.flickr.com

4: Photo courtesy of www.flickr.com. God hath made this day for me.

5: Ralph Waldo Emerson reminds us that Egotistical behavior puts us out of touch with the world around us. We run around looking only at ourselves and cannot see what others are doing.

6: Picture of tranquility courtesy of www.flickr.com

7: Culture sets out to remind man that we can be connected to the world and it brings us back to a balance of our life.

8: Photo courtesy of www.flickr.com

9: In Culture, Ralph Waldo Emerson explains that education is the most important. He mentions this whether you are a boy or a military man. He explains it would be better to not be born than to not have received an education.

11: Having education will provide guidance more so than anything else. Whether we believe in politics and laws, we must first start with educating people before we can make positive changes for politics.

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13: Ralph Waldo Emerson explains that everyone is benefited by the knowledge of the great writers of the era. The writers were very well educated and were very well followed.

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15: Formal education is just as important as say learning to dance, or fish and other social behaviors. They provide necessary knowledge that a normal textbook could not provide.

16: Photo courtesy of www.allposters.com

17: The downfall of being in the arts or any activity is the fact that sometimes not everyone is good at everything. People will often feel like they are not good enough and many run away trying to find someone to accept who they are and what they can do.

18: Photo of young farmers courtesy of www.fwi.co.uk

19: For people that live on a farm or live in the country it is said they going to a new place or traveling is a way to get out and explore. We think that a new job is something of an excitement that is a challenge to our current learning.

20: Photo courtesy of www.pharmainfo.net

21: Travel can also be done as a way to relieve a person of any ailments or to get certain medical treatments

23: "To me men are for what they are, They wear no masks with me.". This was a quote by Milnes Photo courtesy of www.alicia-logic.com

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  • Title: Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Culture protects us from the power of man. Whether it be wealth or prestige. "Man is a prisoner to his power". Culture provides a balance to free man from overwhelming power.
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  • Published: almost 11 years ago