Quote by John Muir
Take a course in good water and air and in the eternal youth of Nature you may renew your own. Go quietly, alone no harm will befall you.
This quote emphasizes the therapeutic power of nature. By immersing oneself in the purity of water and air and reconnecting with the everlasting youthfulness of nature, one can revitalize their own spirit and physical well-being. It implies that solitude and tranquility are essential to fully experience the rejuvenating effects of nature, assuring that no harm awaits those who embark on this journey of self-renewal.
No one is accountable for existing at all, or for being constituted as he is, or for living in the circumstances and surroundings in which he lives. The fatality of his nature cannot be disentangled from the fatality of all that which has been and will be. He is not the result of a special design, a will, a purpose; he is not the subject of an attempt to attain an 'ideal of man' or an 'ideal of happiness' or an 'ideal of morality'--it is absurd to want to hand over his nature to some purpose or other. We invented the concept 'purpose': in reality purpose is lacking...One is necessary, one is a piece of fate, one belongs to the whole, one is in the whole--there exists nothing which could judge, measure, compare, condemn our being, for that would be to judge, measure, condemn the whole...