|Externalisation, 175:have been periods of danger, difficulty, war, famine and distress, but none which conditioned theExternalisation, 177:the pressure of economic disaster, the fear of famine and pestilence and the constant risk ofExternalisation, 184:is the picture today. Anarchy rules the world; famine stalks the inhabitants of Europe; theExternalisation, 515:and die; a world in which hunger, sin, sickness, famine, rapine, and murder stalk unarrested; aFire, 889:including certain phenomena, such as plague and famine. It is of no value to man to know the namesMagic, 303:he has been devoured for centuries by war and famine, by desire and by the economic struggle. TheProblems, 136:to work and live in freedom; they face famine in large areas of the world and yet are registeringProblems, 136:and yet are registering with equal dismay the famine of the soul. The great tragedy is, however,Problems, 171:annihilation, of a planetary war, of worldwide famine and pestilence, of nation rising againstPsychology2, 630:devastated by war, with its consequences of famine and pestilence, and in the other, worn out byRays, 741:1914 - 1945 is over; its aftermath of suffering, famine, selfish reactions, suspicion and unseemlyRays, 749:The result of the world war, of disease, famine and pain, has developed a spirit of community inReappearance, 143:to work and live in freedom; they face famine in large areas of the world and yet are registeringReappearance, 143:and yet are registering (with equal dismay) the famine of the soul.