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  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics I
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    • power, are themselves converted into moral actions, and thus
    • forces at your disposal into powers of the soul, into weapons
    • The shields signify the reasoning powers which you have to
    • Assisi, because he went to these people with the power which he
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics II
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    • cure. Moral impulses were so powerful in him that many lepers
    • attained to power in Europe. Where the wise teachers — that is,
    • greatest power in Europe in primeval times, but in their way of
    • Now how had such a soul-power come into Francis of Assisi? As
    • it was possible in Asia it recognised the power of each human
    • thus his power worked down to the physical plane, although he
    • power
    • disease. It was through this alone that the power was produced
    • astral life the Christ power became particularly active within
    • personality who was permeated by the external power of Christ,
    • owing to his having sought for the Christ power, in his
    • Thus we have discovered the source of the moral power in that
    • how moral power enters man, whence it can spring and how it
    • nature, just as spiritual power was in human nature before
    • therefore be removed by a mighty opposing power.” Hence
    • This made it possible for the contrary power to appear in his
    • soul, and this is the power of love which gives and helps
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics III
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    • directions like a pendulum and by his own inner power able to
    • man is really to be virtuous, if moral power is to pulsate
    • of morals. Our inner powers are also called forth as regards
    • humanity on earth a certain power to hold the balance between
    • age, mankind still stood nearer to the divine spiritual powers.
    • powers, was instinctive wisdom.
    • independent of the divine spiritual powers. Hence we see that
    • is a powerful moral impulse, something which is a real
    • Thereby the Christ-impulse will work powerfully in the world.
    • possibility of further evolution, the power to fulfil the earth

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