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  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • the world's well-being surge up from fathomless depths of the moral
    • therefore leads man into the external world, manifests in all those
    • with the surrounding world. Our antipathies really come from more
    • antipathies draw us away from the surrounding world; we isolate
    • our connection with the outer world becomes abnormal, and when the
    • the upper hand in a human being, he becomes a world-hater, and such
    • world-haters.
    • Let it be remembered that nothing in the world is in itself evil or
    • — we are, as it were, immobile, contemplative observers of the world.
    • relation to the outer world — to the level of abstract judgment.
    • between the senses and the outer world is in truth no longer our own
    • activity, for there the world is playing into us. It would be quite
    • in the eye is that the outer world penetrates into the organism as it
    • were through a gulf. We are no longer standing in the world with our
    • through the world surrounding us. Darkness inclines in the direction
    • the world was an especially vivid experience in the wisdom of the
    • the world. And to them the sun was the representative of the outer world.
    • not feel so intensely that the Divine in the outer world is
    • direct communion with the outer world was largely lost. In my book
    • really living connection with the external world, when with our ego we
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  • Title: Lecture: The Universe
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    • man's connection with the whole environing world.
    • spiritual world into physical existence, the human being,
    • we look out into the world, we have something which we
    • the world with his thinking that is connected with his
    • himself, but he also looks out into the environing world.
    • He sees the world that surrounds him. We may therefore say:
    • Table). In reality, we are still in the external world,
    • ourselves into the external world. We are completely within
    • mineral world. We become, as it were, a body which has
    • the inorganic world.
    • he fits himself into the inorganic world. We might also
    • fit ourselves into the external world, but we take in the
    • external world. We breathe, we eat, we absorb the external
    • world. In a preceding stage, we merely developed within us
    • world. When we reach this moment, we should, above all,
    • the world regarding this process of absorbing substances
    • external world penetrates into us, a kind of poisonous
    • inorganic world and seeking the balance.
    • external world. (See Table.)
    • participates in the world's processes. At this point
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