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To describe what transcendentalism is to someone would just take too long and knowing my skills of explaining, I won 't even try. So, to sum it up as short as possible. I would have to use one single phrase from the movie "Dead Poets Society". It's said by Mr. Keatings on one of hisfirst days teaching. As he's standing behind a group of kids and he tells them to "seize the day". That to me describes all of what transcendentalism is, it tells them to have no regrets, to stop and smell the roses, don't follow rules just because they're there, do it because they mean something to you, follow your gut instincts. I find all these meanings in that one little phrase. Most people are afraid to do what Mr. Keatings had told them to do. Seizing the day would mean that you would have to be yourself, to make your own choices. With a school like Welton people did become afraid and they lashed back, trying to get people back to the original rules and the everyday routines.
In the beginning of the movie, all the boys did as they were told, they said the four pillars as they were told and they followed what ever there parents had told them even if it wasn't something they wanted. One good example of this would be when Neil Perry's father had told him to drop out of his Yearbook editing class. No one, not any one of them had the guts to go against what there father's wishes. Later when Mr. Keatings showed up, he taught them that they had a mind of there own and that they could use it on there own. He had also taught the boys how to see things from there own perspective, to let them see what life had in store for them. When the boys found out about the Dead poet's society they were all excited to rebel and to rebuild this once lost society of reading old poems and to be free at the same time out in an open cave. This was only the beginning of finding themselves.
All the boys did diff…