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  • Title: An Impulse for the Future
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    • but only notes made by various attendees. For the manuscript version
    • Reebstein-Lehmann were available. For the new printing in 1984 additions
    • but only notes made by various attendees. For the manuscript version
    • Reebstein-Lehmann were available. For the new printing in 1984 additions
    • of translating a very difficult German document. It is with the kind
    • from the German by Frank Thomas Smith
    • manuscript version published by Marie Steiner in 1947 only
    • stenographic notes by Bertha Reebstein-Lehmann were available. For
    • belong many things said in intimate circles at certain decisive
    • Even when gaps are apparent and many finer nuances are absent,
    • humanity to independence, in which the newly awoken I-force was to
    • pour in, demanded first the transition through abstract
    • individual striving raising it to the human I. Rudolf Steiner tried,
    • objective of which is to raise human development to a higher stage.
    • a human will which has become free of selfishness. He repeated these
    • and impressive manner. This is perhaps the reason for the first part
    • spiritual world. It was a call delivered to humanity – followed
    • This call was already sent to humanity once, unfortunately it found
    • sincere and honest? In many cases we will find the answer is: Yes,
    • is generally demanded when such a representation of ideals is brought
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  • Title: Article/Lecture: West-East Aphorisms
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    • We lose the human being from our field of vision if we do not fix the eye
    • of the soul upon his entire nature in all its life-manifestations. We
    • should not speak of man's knowledge, but of the complete man manifesting
    • himself in the act of cognition. In cognition, man uses as an instrument
    • rhythmic life of feeling than does the man of the present age. The Oriental
    • thought moved through the entire being of man. He experienced how the
    • into man, and how man thus becomes a living soul. The man of the present
    • experienced, not in connection with the breath in the single human being,
    • but in the environing world of spirit. The Eastern man once experienced the
    • 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
    • The Eastern man had the spiritual experience as religion, art, and science
    • state of a true human being. This was religion. But in the sacrificial
    • ceremony and the sacrificial place there was manifest to him also beauty,
    • manifestations of the Spirit there flowed science.
    • of the spirit and inspired piety in the artistically inspired man. There
    • independent mistress of its own field in man's soul. Thus did the spiritual
    • life of the West come to existence. A complete human being like Goethe
    • striving in beauty toward artistic revelation. If the Western man beholds
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