February 28, 1852

in Thoreau’s Journal:

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To-day it snows again covering the ground. To get the value of the storm, we must be out a long time and travel far in it, so that it may fairly penetrate our skin, and we be, as it were, turned inside out to it, and there be no part in us but is wet or weather-beaten so that we become storm men, instead of fair-weather men.

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