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  • Title: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • karma. Please note, my dear friends, that our personal karma is
    • my dear friends, something of this was only felt by Christian
    • his soul, our friend Christian Morgenstern could put into writing a
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • friend and teacher Brunetto Latini, who, as I think
    • it was known to Brunetto Latini, teacher and friend of Dante.
    • world if he had not had Brunetto Latini for his friend and
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • mere friendship, and he also realises that these feelings
    • notices all this. He is friendly with the other, and as he
    • also friendly with him, that there is no question of
    • the thoughts that were there during his friendship with the
    • resolved to commit suicide. The two friends have a talk
    • ‘Dear friend,” she said, “You find me
    • ‘Dearest friend!’ — I cried out in
    • ‘Dear friend there is nothing here,’ I
    • Dearest friend:
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture II
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    • friend, and when her consciousness first came to itself at
    • a kind of rival to Arthur, an old friend of his — she
    • friends, I have always tried to speak out of their
    • friends who have died. I have tried simply to speak out of
    • question of speaking at the cremation of a dear friend
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • friend Sybil Colaxxa, she too stands there like an apostle
    • soul like Fritz Mitscher, a friend who, to our great pain,
    • purity. They flee from thought in hosts. My dear friends,
    • Which we owe to our dead friends.
    • many of our dead friends have actually become since they
    • in physical bodies. In thinking of friends who have passed
    • through the Gate of Death, including our friend
    • friend who with his youthful forces will be our strong
    • Which we owe to our dead friends.”
    • the last time to the friend in the visible world and then

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