A Thoreau Argument for Walking
Juosie Loo, walker
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154 years ago, The Atlantic published one of Henry David Thoreau’s most famous essays, ‘Walking’, which extolled the virtues of taking long walks and losing yourself in nature and the very act of just moving yourself through the world. This week, Juosie Loo, avid walker, weighs in on why she does it and whether Thoreau is relevant when you’re not wandering through the woods, but instead navigating the concrete jungle that is the Klang Valley.
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Tags: walking, thoreau, henry david thoreau, longreads, nature, literature, too long; should read