A Talk by Karl Fredrickson
When we think of Rudolf Steiner at his most productive, we might consider the years just before World War I, or those remarkable final seven years of his life, from 1919 through 1925. But as we seek to approach more closely his core mission, the year 1918 offers important insights.
What he brought to us at that critical moment of our history not only set the stage for his fruitful final years; it provides us with crucial insights in how we, in our own time, can best move forward.
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