- Dear Group,
Steiner once talked about how all of mankind's inventions originate
from the animal, insect or plant kingdoms. Those familiar with
Steiner's teachings will, I'm sure, be very much familiar with this
idea. I can't cite specific examples, that Steiner provided. But,
this weekend I got to thinking. Couldn't one say that the African
lion was the first "being" on earth to wear a mullet ---a mullet
100,000s of milleniums before the first Canadian hockey player?
Then, I got to thinking a little bit more as I sat outside watching
wasps buzz about my tomatoe plants. Wasps, I figured, invented
condominiums ---and were probably the first landlords!
Can anyone else cite examples in the same vein ---perhaps authentic
ones that Steiner came up with.