McCandles and Ruess both represent freedom, adventure and romanticism for they lived their lives pursuing their dreams with a strong mindset that encouraged them to be one with the nature and away from everyone else. They both lived appreciating the beauty of nature and chose to take the challenges and live independently with freedom in their hands. McCandles and Ruess have similar views about the wilderness that is very different from most people. Most people would see the wild as a very dangerous place and no human beings should choose to live there unless if you’re insane enough to harm yourself. However, for McCandles and Ruess entering the wild and living there was their biggest dream that they want to achieve no matter how difficult it would be, for they saw it as another adventure that they want to experience.
Toby and Lucas’s love for camping is part of the reason that Toby is hiking the Appalachian Trail in the first place, so without that similarity, there may not have been a story at all. As for the differences between the two, there are a few, but that is what allows Toby and Lucas to balance each other out so well. As insisted in the book, “When we reached the rope swing, the muddy water below was the lowest I'd ever seen. It made the rope swing seem even that much higher. It made me that much more afraid.
The two characters in the scene are clearly enjoying themselves through an adventure in the wild. It makes the watcher logically think if he goes outside into the nature, he will have an amazing time as well. Marmot Apparel knows that in order to enjoy nature, the correct outfit is crucial. That is why the watcher see the characters in different sets of clothing at every scene of adventure. It is logically for the watcher to purchase this clothing in order to have fun with nature.
In conclusion, Hemlock Cliffs is a great place to go whenever you want and it has any places to visit in the woods and many caves to explore! So, if you like getting out, walking, running, or hiking, Hemlock Cliffs is the place to go! They have wonderful sights, and many trails to go on. I recommend going to Hemlock Cliffs because if your have a boring day, your day won’t be boring after you go there! So, if you’re bored sitting around at home, go out and explore something new!
Even though very few people have the chance to encounter nature up close, it still has the potential to teach us valuable lessons about life. In Annie Dillard’s “Living Like Weasels,” nature shows her the necessities of life and living on instinct. Dillard believes that living based on instinct is the superior way of life. I believe her philosophy can play a great role in an individual's life. However, I believe that humans should not ignore their intellectual sides.
My favorite thing about “We Know” is Hamilton’s verse, “I never spent a cent that wasn’t mine/You sent the dogs after my scent, that’s fine/Yes, I have reasons for shame/But I have not committed treason and sullied my good name/As you can see I have done nothing to provoke legal action/Are my answers to your satisfaction?”. The use of multiple end rhymes create a sharp sounds which invokes a sense of urgency. The verse flows nicely, it looks like it shouldn’t, but it does. This verse was surprising, I didn’t expect this kind of emotion or reaction from
Shaun Callarman says that Chris was ignorant and had no common sense, but I think he knew what he was doing the whole time and made his own decision. Into the wild was and fascinating story and it will keep you centered and into it the entire time. Chris McCandless was splendid and insensible and the same time however, he comprehended what he was doing the entire time. He needed to go into the wild and carry on with a free life, he comprehended what he was getting himself into and realized that he would have restricted nourishment. The times he was insensible was the point at which he didn 't have any nourishment and saw an impregnated creature and he was sufficiently benevolent not to kill it but rather he was starving.
The more and more one learns about the American Experience, the more one believes that nature is one of America's most valuable or most important assets. As a country that is strictly about a clean environment and keeping the people healthy you would think every person would care and respect the natural world. Yet so many people focus on the little things, they miss out on the beauty of nature and its active life. They don’t look at it as something that has always been there. In the two short stories, “The Sky Tree” by Joseph Bruchac and “Living like weasels” by Annie Dillard, more beliefs and opinions about how nature and its wildlife need to be treated with more attention and respect.
Thoreau also had a strong appreciation for nature. When Thoreau went into the wild, he had many supplies and was equipped for his journey. Walden Pond was a quiet place for Henry to work. He also wanted to enjoy a simple life that the woods offered. Thoreau had many visitors while he was at Walden Pond (“Thoreau’s First Year”).
― Lao Tzu Any fool can rule others, but it takes courage and mental power to rule your own heart. Have you ever considered about the truth, why history never remembers those who ruled others, even while they were very strong and had an immense impact on mankind, in the same way, while you think of happiness why you run for those souls who ruled themselves instead of ruling others? “Simplicity, patience, compassion. These three are your greatest treasures. ― Lao Tzu Life is never complex; it is as simple as it should be nonetheless it is always us who made unnecessary changes to it for our so-called greater benefits, but generally which grow to be our greatest regrets later.