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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • central idea of Christianity comes to birth, how it bursts the bonds
    • birth of materialistic concepts. These made their appearance for the
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, II
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    • existence it has entered through birth. The Buddha feels: birth is
    • Cross on Golgotha? Is birth, as the Buddha declared, suffering? Those
    • with it, say to themselves: “Birth, after all, leads men to an
    • spiritual worlds, brings the realisation that birth is not suffering
    • life between birth and death or between death and rebirth to which we
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture III: The Death of A God and Its Fruits In Humanity
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    • greatest riddle: birth and death.The fact that beings can die is the
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • purpose is to remind us of the birth of the Man into whom the Christ
    • it. The birth of the impulse of freedom is necessarily accompanied by
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • existence before birth lay at the very root of the old Pagan creeds.
    • knew: before our birth we were beings of spirit-and-soul; therefore
    • receives his blood through descent, through birth, and when he is 25,
    • birth. But Christianity summons men not to rely upon what is brought
    • into earthly existence at birth; it summons them to undergo a
    • what is not acquired through the mere fact of birth. This could not be
    • death and a new birth — must this bridge be utterly demolished?
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • The Christmas thought points to birth. Through birth, the eternal
    • Obviously, therefore, the birth of a human being in its full
    • is therefore implicit in that of birth.
    • of that of birth and cannot be an essential part of the Easter
    • Mystery of Birth, the Christmas Mystery once revealed in such glory,
    • Just as we must realise that the Christmas thought of birth has
    • Cross we must behold the Victor Who remains unaffected by birth as
    • contemplating the dying Jesus: This is only the other side of birth.
    • other pole of the entrance of the child into the world at birth, is
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • they never spoke of birth and death.
    • there were none concerning birth and death. The reason for this was
    • birth and death. The whole consciousness of mankind has changed in the
    • with birth and death because its existence is wholly passed in the
    • state of life between them. Disregarding birth — although here
    • his descent through birth from the spiritual world into the physical
    • and has it replaced by another. The impression of birth and death was
    • taken much more as a matter of course; birth and death were far less
    • his life of soul. Therefore questions about birth and death could not
    • attention was inevitably drawn to the fact of birth. On account of
    • Teachers did not cover the facts of birth and death. Hence before the
    • experiences of birth and death.
    • there would have been nothing concerning birth and death. The riddle
    • and interest to them — namely the facts of birth and death —
    • primeval humanity had never experienced birth and death in their own
    • realms. For birth and death, in the form in which they are experienced
    • Teachers of mankind there is no birth or death, but only
    • lived through the experiences of birth and death, which now confronted
    • significance and purpose of death and of birth in the earthly life of
    • mankind teaching concerning birth and death, it was necessary for the
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