Re: Writing a Steiner book
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Steve Haag" <art@r...>
>I am writing the books I can write. The Steiner bio is not one of them
> --- In email@example.com, "Stephen Clarke"
> <mozartg@y...> wrote:
> > Stephen,
> If there's a book in you to write about Steiner, so be it. You don't
> need a democracy approval, as I'm sure you know. You simply need
> enough inner will and fascination and foot to step out.
> Success is going along a chosen path till you feel you've completed
> going that direction. Products along the way are evidence of the
> journey, not the only value.
- as I said. But to speak of an Imagination is to, in some way, help
it to manifest. that's all I can do on that score. Thanks anyway.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Stephen Clarke"
>Excellent, and Godspeed you!
> to speak of an Imagination is to, in some way, help
> it to manifest.
- Stephen Clark wrote to Frank:
>I see. You both kiss, I go around. Sounds like one of
> > PS: re Griselda. Let's kiss and make up; I think
> there's enough of
> > her to go around. That was fun.
those trinities Dottie mentioned sometime ago. I'm in,
> OK, Stephen, we kiss and make up - but if you thinkFrank...will you ever, ever learn...
> that means sharing
> Griselda I'm afraid I must disappoint you. Nice try
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