“Looking into [Walden Pond] the beholder measures the depth of his own nature.”

briefly explain the relevance of the quotes as it relates to Thoreau’s philosophy.

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Walden is supposed to be a beautiful place. It is the beauty of nature where man can see his own beauty, his own depth of spirit. Nature, like his pond, was the only way to see this.