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  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • metaphorically. How does it become visible? In such a way, dear
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • Well, my dear friends, it is of course not to be expected that such
    • modern city. Well, my dear friends, he is not faced with something
    • It is difficult for man, my dear friends, because man, on account of
    • the rising above the flowing colour-sea. But, my dear friends, if we
    • it, my dear friends, if we are able so to instill life into the colour,
    • and movement through colour. And what is portrayed, my dear friends, is
    • Art, my dear friends, must make an effort again to get down to the
    • attain. One speaks of a very distant future, my dear friends, in
    • my dear friends, must be poured into our souls seriously and ever more
    • my dear friends, we must carefully and earnestly consider. For thereby
    • My dear friends, I had to introduce into these remarks some allusions
    • of our movement. One can only wish, my dear friends, that through a
    • intended in our movement. One can only wish, my dear friends, that
    • world — and one needs this assurance, my dear friends, at one time
    • One would have to speak today, my dear friends, of spiritual affairs
    • These are earnest words, my dear friends, but they are such as justify

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