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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • thoughts and the power of death.
    • mysterious origin of human thought?
    • Thoughts are kindled in him in a way that applies to no other being
    • belonging to the earth, and through his thoughts he experiences a
    • kindles thoughts in us, what process is taking place when the simplest
    • or the most sublime thought flashes through us? — When thoughts
    • of the nervous system. Thoughts would never flash through the soul if
    • should look for the origin of thought in the nervous system alone. For
    • thought does not originate only in the nerves. It is in the living
    • have to look for the process which gives rise to thoughts. When our
    • this interplay, thought flashes through the soul.
    • Now the genesis of thought within the soul corresponds, in the
    • it is true, rings out in the thought. Lightning in the clouds
    • reaction of blood and nerves produces the thought that flashes through
    • system; then we become aware of the thought flashing through us, and we
    • are in the air, Whose thoughts are in the rolling thunder. This is the
    • have thoughts arising within the human being. And the God seen and
    • in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. In that He thought as a man in a
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture III: The Death of A God and Its Fruits In Humanity
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    • even in Christendom itself, the loftiest thoughts and deepest truths
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • a time that can be ascertained only when man turns his thoughts to the
    • thought of the present day, is far from being able to form the right
    • Easter runs along the lines of old habits of thought; they use the old
    • human faculty of knowledge? Should not this be the thought that rises
    • Let me beg you to give these thoughts which are so pertinent to our
    • their thoughts, prefer not to let themselves be troubled with thought
    • bringing together in their thought the things that essentially belong
    • feeling with Easter is for him to direct his thought in this
    • thought and feeling that partake of a true Easter character.
    • This is the thought that we should carry in our hearts and minds
    • How can we acquire this right again? We must take the thought of
    • must take this thought and unite it with the other thought which I
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • In the light of these thoughts, the gravity of the present time
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • Thoughts on Easter.
    • THERE is a significant contrast between the Christmas thought and
    • the Easter thought. Understanding of the contrast and also of the
    • The Christmas thought points to birth. Through birth, the eternal
    • constitution is derived. The Christmas thought, therefore, links us
    • The thought underlying the Easter festival lies at the other pole
    • civilisation this Easter thought assumed a form which has influenced
    • The Easter thought can be grasped — in a more abstract way, to
    • actually leads this physical body towards death. The thought of death
    • In truth, therefore, the thought of death is merely the other side
    • thought. Hence at the time when Pauline Christianity was beginning to
    • of death — this was the essence of the Easter thought in the form
    • Easter thought was transformed in an altogether egotistic direction.
    • Good Friday thought which, in truth, should merely have formed the
    • background for the Easter thought. But men became less and less
    • capable of grasping the Easter thought in its true form. The same
    • contrast, the true Easter thought.
    • Man of Sorrows on the Cross. Casual thoughts and feelings about what
    • thought, needs, in other words, to be lifted to the Spirit. The holy
    • thought has remained, but it is associated always with the thought of
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • thought-activity. But the really eternal element of the human soul is
    • To one or another the thought may occur: “What, then, of those

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