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    • we can also observe the growing human being, the human being in
    • to speak of the being of man in process of growth, development,
    • stages in the evolution of the growing human being. I will give
    • observes the growing child, will discover, about that period of
    • making jumps. Take, for example, a growing plant. We can apply
    • the developed- soul-life of the grown-up human being, little
    • more intimate and finer aspects. And so we have grown
    • it. in the growing organism when this final period is reached,
    • begins to listen to what goes out from grown up people as
    • greatest significance for the growth of the human being, that
    • because it is the thought of the grown-up man or woman
    • effect there is a real growing together between the young
    • the one human being — the grown-up teacher, for example
    • — and the other human being — the growing child
    • grows and develops, into the abstract signs of writing. You
    • will live and grow into a natural and unquestioning acceptance
    • growing child which can be observed most intimately if
    • is growing and developing outwards and upwards in the human
    • be communicated to the growing child can really
    • transformed, only in the grownup human being, nay, even
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