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  • Title: An Impulse for the Future
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    • Steiner when endowing a Society for Theosophy and Theosophical Art in
    • Steiner when endowing a Society for Theosophy and Theosophical Art in
    • endow it.
    • emphasized the difference between founding and endowing. It was many
    • time in an energetic way, not to found but to endow a community. If
    • among the appropriate persons a method of working is endowed of which
    • what has happened until now refers only to a part of the endowment,
    • endowment under the direct protectorate of that individual whom we
    • incarnations: Christian Rosenkreuz; and that this endowment shall be
    • what must happen within this endowment is that according to purely
    • been created in the sense of our stream for this endowment; thus in a
    • within the endowment I will only
    • curator will be named for the outer cultivation of the endowment. And
    • by the endowment itself. This recognition is none other than what is
    • interpreted from out of the endowment; there are no namings, only
    • what can be done in the sense of the endowment, to gather a
    • endowment a number of associate branches will be created. And as the
    • reason that the matters which the endowment deals with are also
    • endowment – in the sense of intentions the contents of which do
    • of our endowment, the branch for Theosophical Art, should create a
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