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The Upside to Brown Wasps By Loren Eiseley Essay
A river is the most human and companionable of all inanimate things. It has a life, a character, a voice of its own, and is as full of good fellowship as a sugar-maple is of sap. It can talk in various tones, loud or low, and of many subjects grave and gay . . . For real company and friendship, there is nothing outside of the animal kingdom that is comparable to a river. — (Henry van Dyke, Little Rivers)
Brown Wasps By Loren Eiseley Essay Fundamentals Explained
It is with rivers as it is with people: The greatest are not always the most agreeable nor the best to live with. — (Henry van Dyke, Little Rivers)
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Rest is not idleness, and to lie sometimes on the grass under the trees on a summer's day, listening to the murmur of water, or watching the clouds float across the blue sky, is by no means waste of time. — (John Lubbock, The Use of Life
"The River," corrected the Rat.
Earth and Sky, Woods and Fields, Lakes and Rivers, the Mountain and the Sea, are excellent schoolmasters, and teach some of us more than we can ever learn from books. — (John Lubbock, The Use of Life
"And you really live by the river? What a jolly life!"
If we use resources productively and take to heart the lessons learned from coping with the energy crisis, we face a future confronted only, as Pogo, once said, by insurmountable opportunities. The many crises facing us should be seen, then, not as threats, but as chances to remake the future so it serves all beings.) — (L. Hunter Lovins and Amory B. Lovins, Utne Reader Magazine, November-December 1989)