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And here we discover the full significance of Thoreau's idea that the road is only "laid out": the road will never be finished because our-presence as saunterers on the road is forever required in order to complete it in the present moment.
Indeed, the large numbers of chit-chatters and saunterers would have found cultural commonalities in both English cathedrals, Virginia churches, and Massachusetts meetinghouses.
I won't ostentatiously retreat, be suspicious unfairly, fear this brotherhood of saunterers, or judge them by a neighborhood.