“And this, our life, exempt from public haunt,
Finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks,
Sermons in stones, and good in every thing.” (As You Like It act 2, sc.1)
Tips for use. What better way to praise a life of simple pleasures and relaxation, bucking the incitement to incessant and unstoppable consumption and the fever for more and more. Accomplices the corporate media and the society of the spectacle. Excellent introduction…to any presentation dealing with lowering consumption of fuel, electricity, meat etc. Equally helpful to all of us when we feel pressured by the urban environment to have more, to consume more, to compete and to squander as much as possible of our overwrought, overbearing and overpopulated world.
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In the play. After a coup d’état by an evil relative, Duke Senior finds refuge in the forest of Arden, in the company of some congenial friends. Here in the fores,t he discovers the value and the advantages of living according to nature.
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