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- Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
- expressed in the feeling of a human being who stands in the midst
- and anyone who wishes for another is in danger of being considered
- higher beings than those we call man, and they founded a
- civilisation which human beings took over and lived in. And the
- the story, but the Muse, which means that a Spiritual Being
- in his own inner being is relating it. The Europeans does not take
- how the Greek knew his soul to be used by Divine Beings, who really
- what his intellect imprinted on his mind, but what a Divine Being
- vessel of a Divine Being? How then did the Greek feel? He
- saw in that Divine Being something which once upon a time fashioned
- on the Earth a civilisation, formed for beings one has to call men,
- Greek believed that that Divine Spiritual Being still lives amongst
- that it is only a voice in the inner being. Hence that deep
- connected with the perception that ancient Beings, who once
- back to those divine Spiritual Beings who once descended from
- Beings who had come over to this Earth from previous incarnations
- being as man now has in his epic, where he can relate in quiet
- something that over there in the East, there still are human beings
- human beings who feel the desolation of the European mechanical
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- Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
- soul in an unprepared state; because human beings were then afraid
- as being on the other side of the Threshold. In my public lecture I
- in such a way that human beings lost the very ground under their
- beings to-day can accept without falling into a paralysis of the
- more than a Personification. He was a real being and He was
- Modern human beings do not lose their self-consciousness, nor fall
- attained that sphere which the ancients described as being on the
- other side of the Threshold. Human beings to-day, although they
- clearly that dangers that lie in the efforts that are being made by
- those man of old had grasped without being prepared to cross the
- true reality. That again is something with which the human beings
- earth can attain its goal. Never can Catholicism bring human beings
- being, and which then can spread light over the whole Cosmos.
- man. Christ, as a super-earthly supersensible Being, must be
- recognised as that Being Who has united Himself from super-earthly
- power or activity to take the Divine into themselves. Human beings
- attempt is continually being made here to help you have as wide an
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