Rudolf Steiner: "If I meet someone and claim that what he has just said is true or untrue, this is a judgment, a moral or intellectual action within me. Just like the flame, it gradually fades. And this too, is an objective world process. If you think well of a fellow human being, this too fades and becomes an objective process in the world ether. If you think ill of him, this also fades as an objective process. Your cannot lock away in your secret chamber what you perceive or judge about the world. You seem to be doing it privately for yourself, but it is at the same time an objective world process."
Source: Michael's Mission, lecture 6 [November 30,1919], p 93