Human Connection In Fahrenheit 451

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Vincent Nicholas once said, “We're losing social skills, the human interaction skills, how to read a person's mood, to read their body language, how to be patient until the moment is right to make or press a point. Too much exclusive use of electronic information dehumanizes what is a very, very important part of community life and living together”. Throughout the exciting journey of Fahrenheit 451, I realized that there are also different literature pieces that could be related to some of the important themes. Some of the more important connections from the book and real life were not extremely hard to make thankfully. The important connections of Fahrenheit 451 are to provide attention to different dangers of technology. Another important connection that we need to focus on is human connections with others and the world around us.
The Declaration of Independence is a phenomenal literature piece, along with being an even stronger communicator of human connections. Human connection is the bonding process of creating a close interpersonal relationship between multiple
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Henry David Thoreau wrote a very long essay titled Nature in 1836. On page 367, Thoreau makes the statement, “In the woods is perpetual youth”. This statement is short but you understand what is being stated in that sentence. The same goes for the statement, “I become a transparent eyeball; I am nothing; I see all: the currents of the Universal Being circulate through me; I am part or parcel of God”. This shows that while you’ve been out in nature creating human connections to the world around you, you begin to see the world not for just as it is but for as more than what it truly is. You never know what connection you might have with something if you do not take the chance to allow yourself to connect to the world around