because i need to translate it into PERSIAN
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Thoreau's quote describes his feelings as he becomes one with nature and separates himself from the rest of the world. He is embracing solitude, an indulgence in a physical and mental isolation from everything except the nature he's surrounded by. Thoreau is a peace with himself; he's found a place to reflect; his mind is free from all other thoughts, ponderings, and worried. Nothing exists except the time and place he's experiencing.
oh my! Persian! Hold on, let me pull it back up....