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  • Title: An Impulse for the Future
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    • western pre-history, is the originator.
    • Besant] received from the adherents of the western spiritual movement
  • Title: Article/Lecture: West-East Aphorisms
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    • thought, while the Westerner experiences more of the logical indications.
    • The Western man stands at the beginning of his experience, and is on the
    • way to find himself in the world. If the Western man should wish to become
    • Western man must do, he would have led his dream-like thinking into
    • Toward the West streamed the waves of wisdom that were the beautiful light
    • life of the West come to existence. A complete human being like Goethe
    • striving in beauty toward artistic revelation. If the Western man beholds
    • the thinking Western man of being soulless, and the thinking Western man
    • reality within his own soul. The Western man speaks of the world of ideas
    • to the Eastern man is self-sufficing reality to the Western man. What is
    • the ideology constructed by the mind to the Western man was self-creating
    • Western man discovers life in his reality of Nature, so that he shall see
    • between East and West.
    • residues of a lofty spirituality became, on the way from East to West, the
    • superstitious belief in ghosts. To the Western man, a knowledge of Nature
    • West will reach the spirit. The Western ghost superstition is the beginning
    • of the knowledge of spirit. What the East bequeathed to the West as a
    • a bridge be built between East and West.
    • is the moon which reflects the world. The man of the West thinks the
    • moon of wisdom, and the Western man experiences the shimmer of moon-wisdom
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