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- Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
- done at another opportunity in the future. For the present I wanted
- Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
- life, while the organization of the human limbs points to a future
- had the character of will. If we look into the future, we must take
- This is what in future will become our head: thinking man. But we
- with will, which leads over into the future.
- also in its darkness. The world of the future discloses itself in
- and atoms, but the future. And you would be right in saying of the
- up everywhere the future, for the present is only the total effect of
- past and future. The future is what lies in the strength of matter.
- darkness which carries over into the future. Light shines out of the
- past; darkness leads into the future. Light is nature in terms of
- as the stuff that he can roll round with his tongue, or the future
- development, of development into the future.
- and eel the future in the plum. The taste of it on the tongue is
- Phoenix from his ashes — into the future. There you comprehend the
- the future is what emerges from the darkness. There where the green is
- of the future (blue.) On the other hand, there where we are directed
- a opening up of the future in the darkness. The old Persians, when
- future in the darkening will, they called it Ahriman.
- coming future, in darkness. If we get so far that we regard thought no
- spectrum as being connected with the future, we pass over from the
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- Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
- futures, and then what now is laid in us as the first seed, will shine
- of the future, which people do not enter at eight o'clock in the
- they are! But we can envisage a future in which those people
- people that the primeval mist is real and the future state of slag or
- as it stretches out into the future. That man today has only a dim
- of the earth as the preparation for what lives on into the future,
- Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
- it. We must sigh for this future time when we can blow the world into
- Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
- attain. One speaks of a very distant future, my dear friends, in
- speaking thus, but we have to approach this future with an eye
- what is dead and decaying in the future of mankind.
- what is meant by this future to which I have just alluded.
- faced in the near or distant future, we can be reassured by the living
- Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
- greater and greater. Not that in the Art of the future there is to be
- In this respect mankind will make important discoveries in the future;
- will be developed much further in the future, and will take hold of
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