... this ... I had a wonderful art teacher who talked about a golden measure that can be seen in everything. I m not going to try to explain this because,Message 1 of 196 , Mar 30, 2005View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "holderlin66" wrote:
> So please, contribute some wonderful insights into numbers, not
> tired old ifs and maybes throw me a little tidbit that I like, notI had a wonderful art teacher who talked about a 'golden measure'
> something that I have to think about...
that can be seen in everything. I'm not going to try to explain this
because, more often than not, I am too dim to connect these dots.
Really, I am a not ready for prime time player:) Raising kids 'll do
that to a person. However, reading all these posts is candy for the
mind! The doors to the spirit world are always there but what will it
take to open them?
I just finished reading to my kids "The Princess and Curdie" by
George MacDonald. I'm sure you all know of his writings but what a
fantastic book, just what I needed to read!
I wish I could keep up with you all, but I might have to wait till
summer and try again:)
... Close to the topic? (forwarding to Dial-a-joke; this has to be a winner.) You re extremely ignorant and uninformed: http://www.paam.net/aem.htmMessage 196 of 196 , Apr 11, 2005View SourceAt 15:43 11.04.2005, Pete wrote:
>--- In email@example.com, Tarjei Straume wrote:Close to the topic? (forwarding to Dial-a-joke; this has to be a winner.)
> > At 07:13 11.04.2005, Pete wrote to Dottie:
> > >I am correct in pointing out how you have tried to lump
> > >medicine in with holistic medicine to make your point.
> > >medicine may seem holistic to you, but holistic medicine is not
> > >Anthroposophical medicine, neither is Reiki, neither is
> > >chiropractic or other holistic medicines that ARE accepted
> > >today. Anthroposophical medicine is, perhaps, trying to ride on the
> > >coattails of other successful and accepted holistic approaches, but
> > >failing basically because it doesn't work.
> > Anthroposophically extended medicine is practiced by trained, licenced
> > physicians just like any other specialized medical field.
>Anthroposophically "extended" medicine? Sorry, I'm too close to this
>topic to take what you say seriously. Peddle this on someone else Tarjei.
You're extremely ignorant and uninformed: