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Sketch of Rudolf Steiner lecturing at the East-West Conference in Vienna, Austria, June, 1922.
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“One cannot read an anthroposophical book as one is accustomed ordinarily to read books at the present day. In certain respects every page and even many a sentence will have to be worked out by the reader. This has been intentionally aimed at. For only in this way can the book become to the reader what it ought to become. He who merely reads it through will not have read it at all. Its truths must be experienced, lived. Only in this sense has Anthroposophy any value.”Rudolf Steiner [“Theosophy” — from the Preface to the First Edition]

Three Simple Questions - the Book
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Th3 Simple Questions — the Book: The first 6-months of posts from the popular blog which drew 10,000+ readers. These 3 simple questions: “Who Am I?”, “Why Am I Here?” and “What Do I Want?” are like 3 Angels. The questions lovingly slice like thin knives into my heart and my everyday life. I bleed love and formerly unseen, mystical, allegorical, emotional essays, meditations, pleas, and commentaries. The writing is richly creative, evocative, poetic, crisp, and whimsical and refers to Rudolf Steiner, his work affirms the Human Spirit. The author is Jean W. Yeager.
COMING IN APRIL: 6" x 9", Softcover, 125 pg. published by WestBow Press.
ISBN: 978-1-4908-7124-0


 






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