Writer, naturalist, and self-described Pantheist, born on this day in 1830. He coined the phrase "trust in wildness" to substitute for the simple "love of nature" when we mean trust in nature as both the creator and sustainer of health, happiness, and joy. He described it as a modern form of Pantheism: "It is a philosophy, a faith; it is even, if you like, a religion." (from Pantheist Vision)
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