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  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • without falling into a fantastic vein, speak of the ill-fortune of crystals,
    • of ill-fortune, or if he is successful, of good fortune. So we see good or
    • allowing them to develop in every direction; whereas ill-fortune produces
    • to do so were they constantly pursued by ill-fortune. On the other hand, it
    • the future — the future of our own evolution. We regard ill-fortune as an
    • beset with pain and suffering. I attracted the ill-fortune to myself.
    • legend of the girl pursued by ill-fortune up to her death, and even beyond
    • appeared to me as my ill-fortune, as the evil destiny of my life, becomes
    • is only an incentive to higher development, ill-fortune is also a challenge to
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
    Matching lines:
    • without falling into a fantastic vein, speak of the ill-fortune of crystals,
    • of ill-fortune, or if he is successful, of good fortune. So we see good or
    • allowing them to develop in every direction; whereas ill-fortune produces
    • to do so were they constantly pursued by ill-fortune. On the other hand, it
    • the future — the future of our own evolution. We regard ill-fortune as an
    • beset with pain and suffering. I attracted the ill-fortune to myself.
    • legend of the girl pursued by ill-fortune up to her death, and even beyond
    • appeared to me as my ill-fortune, as the evil destiny of my life, becomes
    • is only an incentive to higher development, ill-fortune is also a challenge to



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