Let a man be a guest in his own house. Let him be a spectator of his own life.

Let a man be a guest in his own house. Let him be a spectator of his own life. Let him heal himself not by drugs but by sleep. Let him not only do but be. Let him not vaticinate but hear. Let him bask in beauty & not always carry on a farm.

Ralph Waldo Emerson
Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks 5:336

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