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She made it clear that she thought this was important for many reasons, among them that exploring and getting to know a city was a comprehensible activity for children of our age, and something that would leave its mark on us forever, also that it had been neglected shamefully. She felt that there would be time enough for us in the future, when we were at least more grown up, to delve into more nebulous pursuits, such as the arts. We began on a series of expeditions which continued throughout the whole winter—barring days when weather prevented, which were few.

I had the feeling that Gurdjieff's immediate family, his brother, sister-in-law and their children, were not so much "followers" o:t "students" as simply "family" that he supported. At this gathering, or meeting, Miss Madison served tea to all of us. It seems to me now that this was her idea, also that she was making an attempt to "put her best foot forward" with those students who would be in her charge during the winter to come. We all listened as she and Mr. 54 MY JOURNEY WITH A MYSTIC Gurdjieff discussed various aspects of the functioning of the Institute—mostly practical problems, work assignments, and so forth, but the one outstanding memory of that meeting was the serving of the tea by Miss Madison.

But unlike tree, man have many possibilities. As man now exist he have also possibility grow by accident —grow wrong way. Man can become many things, not just fertilizer, not just real man: can become what you call 'good' or 'evil', not proper things for man. " I had listened to him, concentrated and straining, and my only feeling—I was twelve then—was one of confusion, incomprehension. I sensed and felt the importance of what he was saying, but I did not understand it. As if aware of this (as he surely was), he said: "Think of good and evil like right hand and left hand.

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