Wednesday, April 8, 2020

The Good Friday Mystery: Christ Disappears Into Us

Rudolf Steiner:  Easter is that season in the concrete course of the year in which all that is aroused in us by the meeting with Christ at Christmas really unites itself with our physical earth manhood. The great Mystery that now brings home to man the Mystery of Golgotha at the Easter Season — the Good Friday Mystery — signifies, among other things, that the Christ, who, as it were, has been moving beside us, at this season comes still closer to us. Indeed, roughly speaking, in a sense He disappears into us and permeates us, so that He can remain with us during the season that follows the Mystery of Golgotha — the season of summer.”  

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