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- Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 6: Pleasures and Sufferings in the Life Beyond
- ourselves to degenerate in the past pleasures. We have become debtors
- that which has given us pleasure, we have also become debtors to the
- every enjoyment he becomes a debtor to the universe. We arrive most
- Title: World Economy: Lecture IV
- the Spirit, becomes the debtor. You have here a relationship between
- by his intelligence, his Spirit. He is then the debtor, and works on a
- one side that he works economically as a debtor. From the other side
- debtor as jurisprudence does. For the moment we are only concerned
- this second stage where a spiritual worker works as a debtor
- therefore, where we have to do with lender and debtor, we are dealing
- debtor and his creditors. In the economic process to which he now
- gives rise, the debtor stands in the middle. On the one hand we have
- him as a debtor; on the other hand we have that which proceeds from
- relationship of lenders and debtors? It is, ladies and gentlemen, very
- with it, and the position of the debtor who can make good use of it.
- Title: World Economy: Lecture V
- yesterday, the man who produces by means of Spirit becomes a debtor.
- become a debtor. At this point in our diagram credit steps in
- the economic process I become a debtor, that is to say, if I demand
- Title: World Economy: Lecture VI
- Capital. I become a debtor; but I also become a producer. In this way,
- Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture XI
- changes from the status of owner to that of debtor, becomes a
- Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Nine
- 16:5 So he called every one of his lord\'s debtors unto him, and said unto the first, How much owest thou unto my lord? \
- Thereupon he went to one of his lord's debtors and asked him: ‘How
- himself with the debtors, so that when his lord dismissed him he
- Title: The Development of Thought from the 4th to the 19th Century - 1
- super-sensible ‘Kingdom’ men are not debtors one of another.
- not be debtors one of another, but live as equals. May we stand firm
- Title: Destinies of Individuals and Nations: Lecture 13: The Prophetic Nature of Dreams: Moon, Sun and Saturn Man
- is not a debtor to his position, but was born with a
- Title: Lecture: Riddle of Humanity: Lecture Two: Two Spheres of Existence in Nature and in Man: the Realm of Regularity and the Realm of Irregularity. The Ancient Hebrews' Jubilee year as the Expression of Formative Powers of the Soul. The Christ Incarnation.
- other to be to blame: those who were debtors could be, or should be,
- Title: Lecture: The Lord's Prayer
- Forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.
- Title: Lecture: The Structure of the Lord's Prayer
- Title: Man/Symphony: Lecture III: Physical and Spiritual Substance
- debtor to the world. For he must admit that in order to maintain his
- conditions he becomes a debtor to the earth. He is continually
- a debtor. And this is something which there is no means of bettering
- maintain my humanity I must make of myself a debtor to the earth. I
- things, that here, too, man becomes a debtor to the earth; for
- Title: Building Stones: Lecture Three
- There was a certain creditor which had two debtorLuke VII, 41).
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