Emerson’s Experience

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This is the confusion that confronts human beings and it impacts a perception of the human beings role with respect to nature and the powers that human beings wield in that respect. Human beings are blurred by the present material existence, and therefore, unable to clearly place a difference between productive and unproductive commitments. In fact, human beings are unique and it is expected to use creative energy.
However, in the long run a sufficient understanding of daily occupations and activities can provide an effective way of valuing such time distance. Human beings can be blurred by the value and importance of their current lives. Daily preoccupations fill human beings to the extent that very little time is left for reflections. People allocate a lot of significance to the misfortunes of life. on the other hand, these have no eternal meaning. Grief neither brings people close to one that have been lost, nor does it change who they are. In a reflection, the writer refers to his own particular case, his grief at the death of his own son in 1842. In fact, grief does not provide learning lessons to people and even pull human beings closer to a deeper knowledge of the world in the material forms.
According to Emerson, temperament and mood are the wholesale component of perspective. Further, dreams and illusion makeup part of human beings that aid in seeing. A highly intelligent person is hopeless if the perception is incomplete by certain temperamental trait that blocks a central distance inside the real horizon of life. A person’ creativity cannot be efficiently utilized if he does not care adequately for the search for truths, even if he is overly sensitive, and unable to reform.
Religious sentiment flow can be influenced by mood and temperament cannot be completely separated from moral sentiment. Scientific study of the size and