A Man Before Others: Rudolf Steiner Remembered : a Collection of Personal Memories from the Pages of The Golden Blade and Other Sources
This illuminating collection of essays and reminiscences by Rudolf Steiner's pupils and early collaborators contains a wealth of personal details on Steiner and his work. What emerges is his great unity of purpose and breadth of thought, and his ability to attend to the smallest practical details while laying the seeds for spiritual impulses that would flourish far into the future. These essays reveal him as a man of vision, practical ability, humor, and selflessness.
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A Sketch of His Life and Work
A Day at Tintagel in August 1924
How Rudolf Steiner Taught Us to Paint
Widening the Art of Healing
One of the Young Doctors
Prelude to Eurythmy in England
Seeking and Finding
At the Waldorf School
The Birth of Curative Education
The Last Years
The Last Months
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