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  1. Transcendental poets like Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson read Hindu and Buddhist philosophy deeply, as did Henry Steel Olcott, who traveled to Sri Lanka in ...

  2. The line, taken from Emerson’s 1844 essay “Gifts,” is a reminder that the best gifts don’t cost any money. For former Durango resident and Park Elementary School teacher Beth Brunso, ...

  3. Like Ralph Waldo Emerson rearranges to "Person whom all read," and Arthur Conan Doyle is "Carry on, hound tale" and Tennessee Williams is "Went senile as slime." Agatha ...

  4. Ralph Waldo Emerson | Lottery Post

    Lottery Post6 days ago

    Ralph Waldo Emerson lived in the 19th Century. He was an author and started the Transcendental movement. The following is a quote from him which I read in the book, "The ...

  5. The words of Emma Lazarus’s famous 1883 sonnet, “The New Colossus,” have seemed more visible since Donald Trump’s election. Lines 10 and 11 of the poem are quoted with the most frequency—“Give ...

  6. This has to be one of the most consequential mistakes in business history: As a young CEO, Jack Bogle hired aggressive fund managers to help the Boston-based company he was running, Wellington ...

  7. Because in the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson, 'nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.'Copyright 2018 Entrepreneur.com Inc., All rights reserved This article originally appeared on entrepreneur.com

  8. Mr. Gadget and a lost key

    Bedford Times-Mail4 days ago

    While Ralph Waldo Emerson was never shy about expressing appreciation for the package of Snausages shoved into the toe of his Christmas stocking and my parents were simply ...

  9. Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “What you do speaks so loudly, I can’t hear what you’re saying.” It has never been truer than today. Ronald Fischer, Lakewood Submit a letter to ...

  10. On the verge of war

    Newsday4 days ago

    On a cool fall day in New York, Oct. 28, 1765, representatives of nine of the 13 colonies held an urgent session at Town Hall to rage against the Stamp Act, newly imposed by Great Britain. There ...

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