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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • Now this brings us to something very remarkable. Think how you
    • you know carbon dioxide quite well: you only have to think of Seltzer
    • dioxide and sets the oxygen free. Think what an excellent arrangement
    • empty-headed, dull, can't think properly, then it's fine if you too
    • the earth. Now if we would think superficially, we could say those
    • still greater forces. Now think of this, gentlemen: when I exert my
    • himself by any other means. Only think for a moment how strong people
    • been entirely changed. Think what happens to the grain when I make
    • You have only to think of the difference if someone would eat raw
    • away from a spiritual science, so they think a few things out on their
    • But now let us think how it is when someone eats green stuff, the
    • spreads out. One might think, therefore, that if a person eats plenty
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • Now think how it is, gentlemen, with this protein. Imagine that you
    • fields was really better. It's no use thinking that one can make
    • and he is in fine health. He is not so keen on thinking as on
    • breathing. And let me say right here: don't think that someone has
    • In these days there is much talk about being hardy. Think how the
    • not the upper head. It does go into the lower head, where one thinks
    • yet. Think of the amount of thought expended daily in this world in
    • our time, just to bring the newspapers out! All that thinking, it is
    • stimulated to think. He can't do anything but think. That's why his
    • precisely the characteristic of materialism, that it thinks and thinks
    • and thinks — and knows nothing. The truth is finally this: that if
    • them. I think this is a mistake when someone has a loathing for some
    • Gentlemen, you need only think of this one thing: if animals did not
    • you think the geese would ever do that themselves? It is only humans
    • thin do you think our pigs might be if we did not encourage them to
    • habit of thinking was good for us. Later, as it happens in life, we
    • thinks he should eat, at that moment his instinct is spoilt. One
    • You see, if a child is watching all the time and thinking, when will
    • direction, I often offer two examples. Think, gentlemen, of a
    • journalist: how he has to think so much — and so much of it isn't
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