While the average human speaks between seven and twenty thousand words per day, a lot of our idle chatter usually involves regurgitating the latest news, gossip, and useless information. Our minds can subsequently become fuzzed and useless from failure to remain focused on the truths and realities of life that is essential for our survival and betterment. Henry David Thoreau deconstructs this in exquisite detail that will allow for easier introspection and self-reflection.
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Manvotional: Thoreau on Media and Information Consumption