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I believe this is fiction, but it’s good. And if it’s good, who cares if it’s fiction. A meeting at a local branch of the anthroposophical society.

‘Wisdom lives in the light.’ That’s genial, somehow. Or perhaps trite, if uttered in the wrong context. (Anyway, Steiner did mention it as a saying to meditate on. One example.)

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4 comments

  1. 2nd

    ‘If we think Rudolf Steiner is a bunch of bunk, we are not condemned to heaven.’

    http://andrew-field.blogspot.com/2011/01/second-didactic-excised-excerpt-from.html

  2. Hi,
    Thank you so much for providing a link to my website! I don’t know what else to say, but that I feel alot of gratitude for the attention my blog is receiving, mostly because of your link. I wish you the best in your endeavours.

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  3. Thank you! I enjoyed reading your texts, and I thought some of my readers may find anthroposophical study group meetings fascinating (we spend some time speculating on what anthroposophists actually do, after all, those of us who’ve never been at such meetings)!

  4. ‘Dog lady and the mystics’!

    ‘… in the kitchen, on the refrigerator, there was a picture of Rudolf Steiner, looking perturbed from the photograph, eyes wide open, as if he had seen a ghost.’

    http://andrew-field.blogspot.com/2011/01/dog-lady-and-mystics-part-6.html

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