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While Steiner portrayed the events from her distant home in Paris, other Jewish woman artists still lived in Austria and were directly afflicted by the events. Adoration can rise no higher than we find it in the Psalter. The same held true for their professional activities in the arts. The Jews are not hated because they have evil qualities; evil qualities are sought for in them because they are hated. How can we explain this? You come from a journey, though somewhat late, and have something new to tell us.
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For the popular conception sees nothing in this book but a silly tale exciting us to derision. You only take of what is yours. It is a story that begins very near the beginning of history, and shows little sign of drawing to a conclusion. Blessed be He who saves and delivers. They might baptize me. He heals the sick, frees the captives, does good to His enemies, and is merciful both to the living and to the dead.