Rudolf Steiner: "...a truth which should be engraved in the human soul as a lofty moral maxim: When you see something evil in the world, do not say, Here is evil — that is, imperfection; ask, rather, How can I attain to the enlightenment which will show me that on a higher plane this evil is transformed into good by the wisdom of the cosmos? How can I learn to tell myself: Here you see naught but imperfection because you are as yet unable to grasp the perfection of this imperfect thing? Whenever you see evil you should look into your own soul and ask yourself: Why am I not yet able to recognize the good in this evil that confronts me?"
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"Wisdom is crystallized pain." — Rudolf Steiner
"Valor transposed into the spiritual, bravery transposed into the spiritual, is love." — Rudolf Steiner"The hero is he who is immovably centered." — Emerson
"If there is something more powerful than destiny, this must be the human being
who bears destiny unshaken." — Rudolf Steiner
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