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  • Sad news indeed! Dear Harvey seeded the Trade Winds with poems, trusted words to seafaring birds, nourished with poems that so lightly crossed the pond unlooked for to sweeten and bless a dull London day..... Harvey wrote - A poem seaworthy to cross the Atlantic! 'He glides like a roll of tide and leaves no footprints but for the gold that laces the wings of the morning and the...
    Jan Jan 10, 2006
  • Indeed, let us be ware - take heed of - Joel and all friends on this list, who, in listening, list or lean toward one another in warmth of soul, so passing from lean to learn - as in follow tracks - twirl through Eye of Needle and find that Sword Edge Narrow Way is wide enough for two, three, thousands.... Indeed is only passable in company and kind. Anthroposophy has no easy...
    Jan Dec 26, 2005
  • It was heart-warming and affirming to read of Chantel's true experience of Christ's love in her observing the birds feeding in the grass. Love is of Christ, Christ's Deed of Love, active in the very bones and body of the earth, in the restored phantom, in the renewed, empowered blood, in the risen ethers now supporting violated Nature, allows the birds to continue their holy work...
    Jan Dec 18, 2005
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  • One backward glance at summer for friends who have asked. Riding Mobility Scooter Starlight Express this summer past on the 'Northern Heights', those hills of North London which are said to call to one another across the rooftops; when traveling the 'Holy Hill of Alexandra Palace' I notice on looking back that I never take a direct route. Passing Bird Gate that opens onto the park...
    Jan Aug 28, 2005
  • Sunday Times July 31, 2005 Charles farms by moon science Jonathan Leake, Environment Editor THE Prince of Wales┬╣s interest in organic gardening has turned an even deeper shade of green with his decision to experiment with planting crops according to the phases of the moon. He has adopted some of the principles of biodynamics, a form of farming in which livestock are treated with...
    Jan Jul 31, 2005
  • Since June 2001 Brian Haw has kept a one man anti war vigil in Parliament Square. In the peaceful spirit of the Moral Force Chartists, who won the vote for the common man, he has steadfastly asserted his freedom not only to be involved in the governance of his country, but, crucially, to protest at what he personally believes to be wrong and more than wrong in that governance, by...
    Jan Jul 30, 2005
  • For any who are interested here is an extract from an email I received from my brother - we mail one another daily - who works in the heart of London in a tall office block beside the Thames, giving an account of his journey to work on the day after the bombing. Quote - It was quite a strange day today with things still up in the air but I got in and out safely, albeit slowly and...
    Jan Jul 9, 2005
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    Jan Jul 7, 2005
  • Rudolf Steiner - 'Materialists talk of matter, of the physical world, whereas their malady consists of the fact that they are not properly connected with their physical and etheric bodies. A man becomes a materialist precisely because he does not reach the physical and etheric bodies, because the spirit is too weak to lay hold of the body in the right way.' end quote from 'The...
    Jan May 17, 2005
  • Hello Bruce, How nice to hear from you. Yes, this is a fascinating topic, and the more so as it is inevitably interwoven with individual karma and biography. It seems that these situations arise as a result of the old Kundalini Rising direction of energy flowing from lower chakra to higher chakra, which was the old path of Initiation. Rudolf Steiner gives a reverse path, of course...
    Jan May 16, 2005