My Transcendental Journey
Society has a way of directing people in the right direction. It has a way of telling people how to live their lives or whats right and whats wrong. Society has essentially taught people that more is better. The more money or the more goods that one owns, the better. Those who chose to live the opposite, without lots of money or material goods, are often times frowned upon. This type of life is known as transcendentalism. Transcendentalism is "a system developed by Immanuel Kant, based on the idea that, in order to understand the nature of reality, one must first examine and analyze the reasoning process that governs the nature of experience" (Google Dictionary). Transcendentalism is often times looked at as the wrong way of living thing. Many people look at it as bad, often times looking down on those people. I will be going on a journey that will help me realize the simple things in life, and allow me to come in touch with my inner self as well as learning more about the iconic places in the United States.
Day 1: Fenway Park
Day 2: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Day 3: New York, New York
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