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  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • or that man, born at a certain time, is to speak to us, but the selfhood on
    • selfhood, which latter makes this knowing impossible. “For in that creature
    • selfhood and the like must be lost and come to nothing.” (Chapter I of the
    • find its I, its selfhood. If it stops at this, it separates itself from the
    • complete. If it regards its selfhood only as something loaned to it, as it
    • that is without selfhood, I, Me, My and the like, so that he seeks and
    • direction. And this direction is what leads to the overcoming of selfhood
    • through this selfhood itself. It is in his self that the highest light
    • that and without selfhood and I; but the nature and peculiarity of the
    • being and his selfhood and himself, and goes out of himself, there God
    • enters with His own Being, that is with His Selfhood.” (Chapter 24.) Man
  • Title: Chapter: Introduction
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    • I; there is only the selfhood common to all.”

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