It’s a quote, or even a verse (no?), I’m not sure, by Steiner (certainly, can’t be anyone else, can it?). It was on a blackboard, and I wanted to know what it was. However, to thwart my intentions, the picture was silently but resolutely invaded by nature, reflections of wild, green jungle. In a sense, the picture (and its purpose) was completely destroyed. In another sense, it was highly appropriate it was destroyed in that particular way; it’s the way I like it the best. The photo is not very new, if anyone wonders.
I couldn’t read it without viewing the full size version of the photo, but here’s the text I have deciphered (it may contain flaws, mine or somebody else’s, even Steiner’s…):
‘Die kunst ist ein / fortdauernder /Befreiungsprozess des / menschlichen Geistes / un zugleich / Erzieherin der / Menschheit zu / dem Handeln / aus Liebe’
Of course, I could google it, but that wouldn’t be half as fun, would it? It wouldn’t be a game, and I want a game. It’s a well-known quote (or verse), no doubt. Why do you think it was on the blackboard?
And do you know what I like? The black clock on the wall. The pink walls, the green jungle, the quote on the blackboard, inside and outside merging — and time. And then the anthroposophical water-colour painting — and below it, the red fire extinguisher sign.