7330Re: [anthroposophy] A Modern Spiritual Path [was: Light on the Path - A universal question]
- Jan 2, 2003Dear Ron:
--- "Br. Ron" <rlloyd@...> wrote:
> It is someone who finds strength in identifying with a group...I'm sympathetic to your point of view.
> nothing more, nothing less. (Which must ultimately put them at
> odds with Anthroposophy itself)
> If Anthroposophy is Steiner's art of finding freedom through the
> process of individualizing, the term "Anthroposophist" must be
> technically, an oxymoron.
I style myself as one who is in love with the Ideal of Freedom. The <ist>
part of it is one of those messy things that is one of those inevitable
and necessary things that happens in the world of Form, and I try and stay
as clear about that as possible.
It doesn't bug me as much as it used to.
Dear Lord, please help me to be the kind of person my dog thinks I am.
"The most potent weapon of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed."
- Steven Biko
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