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Do not trouble yourself much to get new things, whether clothes or friends... Sell your clothes and keep your thoughts
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"Do not trouble yourself much to get new things, whether clothes or friends... Sell your clothes and keep your thoughts"

- Henry David Thoreau

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Henry David Thoreau is encouraging us to prioritize our thoughts and ideas over material belongings. He is recommending that we ought to not be too concerned with obtaining brand-new things, such as clothes or friends, as these are not as important as our ideas. Instead, he suggests that we should focus on our ideas and concepts, and not be too interested in material possessions. He even goes so far regarding suggest that we need to offer our clothes in order to keep our thoughts. This quote is a tip to us that our ideas and concepts are more valuable than product belongings, which we should prioritize them over acquiring new things. Thoreau's words are a suggestion to us to concentrate on our thoughts and concepts, and to not be too interested in product belongings.

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Henry David Thoreau This quote is written / told by Henry David Thoreau between July 12, 1817 and May 6, 1862. He was a famous Author from USA. The author also have 190 other quotes.

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