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By Gunter Gerngross, Herbert Puchta

ISBN-10: 0582298962

ISBN-13: 9780582298965

This can be a selection of 50 brief motion tales, for use within the lecture room with youngsters elderly nine-13. the cloth has been designed to be versatile and will be used as a complement to any major direction ebook or educating fabric for the age diversity. The tales are taught with a multi-sensory blend of TPR, mime and story-telling concepts. each one sketch photograph tale is observed by means of photocopiable worksheets and an task worksheet.

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On the Occasion of a Confession 15 there, the moment of triumph he had joyfully anticipated, why now, why not yesterday, why now, now when he indeed did not voluptuously relish the vehemence of revenge and pride, but he did not entirely comprehend the earnest message of his own guilt either! The person who comprehended this was truly not deceived. Blessed is the one who understands this. If anyone has the task of preaching, of teaching others about their guilt, of teaching-something that this discourse, which is without authority, does not do-he does have the consolation that the purest of heart is precisely the one most willing to comprehend his own guilt most deeply.

What is so terrible to name as a curse,2 and what is so remote from this as the sheer joy of erotic love-and yet the word must be named in connection with love! But it is a free matter, and just as the lovers were set free by belonging to each other, so also is this step a resolution in freedom. There must, therefore, be joy with the joyful ones whom love made free in union, but there must be no speaking about the wedding with half words or scant words, as if it were something insignificant, because it belongs to freedom; accordingly, it is on the contrary the one thing needful in connection with the most beautiful happiness.

However late it is, this is still better than to go on living as a liar, deceived not by what could seem calculated to deceive, alas, and for this reason dreadfully deceived-deceived by much knowledge! 23 So the wonder was gone; it is gone. So it was once said; this is what the despairing one says and repeats in despair, repeats it mockingly, and wants to console himself by means of mockery, although this mockery wounds others, as if all mockery were not two-edged! But you, my listener, you of course know that the discourse has just now come to the true wonder.

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