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Posted April 12, 2000
A Philosophy of Spiritual Activity
This may be the most important book of this new century even though it has not been fully recognized in the past century. This edition is a new translation with a very fine introduction by Gertrude Reif Hughes. I preferred the two older titles 'Philosophy of Freedom' and 'Philosophy of Spiritual Activity' because they hold greater meaning for the purpose of the book. This great work can not be read in the normal sense because it requires you to think about your own thinking, an extremely difficult task. It is well worth it because by doing this you will discover your spiritual self, the 'I' that does not die with your body. This is a real self-discovery, not because Steiner says it is so. Most people, however, prefer to stay asleep to this experience or to join a religion, cult or have a guru tell them whatever. For the real seeker, this is THE BOOK.
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