Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: Welcome Pete
- At 20:17 02.04.2005, Pete wrote:
>Er... Christ was far more interesting than Steiner, and unlike Steiner, HeMy 2c:
>tended to speak the truth.
Sounds like you wouldn't recognize the truth if it bit you in the ass,
which is probably what happened.
>from. But I
> Hi Flemming!
> Yes, the book is on the web now -- which makes it easy to quote
> meant it when I said it tended to 'show up' when I needed it! Asyou can
> imagine, in print the book is a pretty slender volume and it has atendency to
> disappear into my bookshelves. (Just as the cobbler's childrenhave no shoes,
> this librarian's bookshelves are a disgraceful jumble! <G>) Butwhen I really
> need what is contained in the book, it seems to jump out and intomy hands.
> Good trick, that!<G>
> I myself prefer the term "laid back" to lazy, but it's all good!
> Musing on the power of love...
Yes,surely the Internet is a gold mine when it comes
to finding whole books
Many years ago I read about a bizarre fellow,his
name is Charles Fort Like certain linguists investigate into all
the exceptions in language,Fort was sort of a scientist,he
collected detailed evidence of many unexplained or unexplainable
events and phenomena,and presented it in 4 books,very strange,
wild and weird books (it goes without saying that he was a
librarian!)---Yet,one never sees his books anywhere,at least I've
never come across any of them so I was happy to discover,they're
now available on the Web:
So,there we go,Brave New World
- Reality is only a Click away!