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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • has a definite task in connection with us. The Angel has now to
    • such an awakening. Anthroposophy has indeed an eternal task in regard
    • of time. But Anthroposophy has also a task to fulfil for the present
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • whose task it is to teach and educate.
    • their special character, their particular task. And those who are born
    • in Norway to-day will understand their destiny and task in the world
    • campaigns of conquest towards the South West, to fulfil a task on
    • Earth. The task sprang out of the character of the people who inhabit
    • this connection between the tasks of the modern Norwegians and Swedes
    • without asking in this concrete way what they really have to do after
    • are willing to accept the selfless answer, when they not only ask
    • ask: What am I called upon to do, in view of my particular situation
    • Norway. For when you consider that it is a specific task to create out
    • prevents them from being willing to grapple with the great tasks of
    • from developing their powers, are not firmly rooted in the real task
    • violent? Or again they may ask, if they find praise being meted out to
    • out of a deep realisation of the needs and tasks of the world.
    • towards this region in the North West with its special task — the

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