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    • second thing I would like to observe by way of introduction is
    • things I have to say. For in effect, the method which is
    • contribute something towards an understanding, a way of
    • still develop into anything in the wide world. And only when
    • those things that have become specialised, without
    • thing I would like to point out by way of comparison. It
    • things that have direct and immediate connection with human
    • and perceive nothing of all that would speak to the human being
    • principle, everything depends on our making up our minds to
    • this attitude of intellectual modesty. It is the first thing
    • underlying all things. The Spiritual Science here intended
    • observe how from birth onwards something works itself out from
    • thing as the coloured petal, yet Nature makes a jump from the
    • or seventh year. Something enters the human organism, that
    • takes place; but something is also taking place in the
    • In every tone of voice, in every gesture, in everything the
    • life, lies something to which the child adapts itself.
    • imponderable things of life. It. is no exaggeration to say: If
    • through the intangible, imponderable things of life, he works
    • this connection there are many things still to be
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