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    • III. The Path to Freedom and Love and Their Significance in World-Events
    • the life of thought by will. — This leads to Freedom. —
    • The significance of Freedom and Love in world-happenings.
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • ideal, for the ideal of generosity, of freedom, of goodness, of love,
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    • The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
    • Now it is possible to attain complete freedom of our inner life if we
    • freedom dawns when we enable the will to become an ever
    • with will. We bring will into thinking and thereby attain freedom. As
    • find freedom. On the other side (outwards) our actions stream forth
    • Just as we attain freedom by irradiating the life of thought with
    • into the realm of the will; we develop freedom in our thinking by
    • we find freedom in the life of thought and love in the life of will,
    • there will be freedom in our actions and love in our thinking. Each
    • Thus you see how in the human being the two great ideals, freedom and
    • love, grow together. Freedom and love are also that which man,
    • will-permeated thought with its predisposition to freedom, while on
    • grow, so what is unfolded through freedom must find an element in
    • freedom can certainly be grasped by unbiased thinking. But to see
    • there lies the possibility of freedom, and there lies
    • the possibility of love. And freedom and love belong together, as I
    • speak of the imperishability of matter, annul freedom on the one side
    • coerced by the past — and freedom — action that is not
    • predetermined. Freedom and love are, in reality, comprehensible only
    • points from which we can go forward to a true understanding of freedom

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