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  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • the God of Love.
    • God of Love, who does not know of Him! You need only read the
    • Philosophy, of the four Virtues, and of the God of Love.
  • Title: Meditation and Concentration
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    • in the course of the 19th Century, a certain love of all
    • short-sighted, inconsequent thoughts appeared, and a love for
    • man will not have finally to give account. People loved ever
    • thinking, and it is therefore not surprising when this love
    • science has true sympathy and love above all for consequent,
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • loves the singer; his love is not returned, but he is not
    • ‘That he loved you was destiny; the fact that you
    • did not love him was not in your power to change. That
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture II
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    • in the direction of the love and the reverence we bring to
    • loves her. She does not understand his love and out of the
    • Gaussin and the man who loved her would have experienced if
    • love. The representatives of these two kinds of culture are
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • “Children, love one another.” But it means
    • objectively out of this deep sympathy, making us love them
    • as we may love a being who is strange to us. Out of this
    • must love because of what the Creators in their love have
    • made of them; often we do not ask why we love them; love
    • through the existence of love, of course, but through this
    • very love — can very soon be dispersed, enabling us
    • who knew and learned to love her. Hence the different tone
    • Itself to sacrificing love
    • barren, dry, it is something that tears love out of one's
    • To essential love of truth
    • our beloved Dead, there flows into our movement and into
    • Our beloved Dead have remained with us, although not in
    • reality of our beloved Dead as companions, co-workers, as

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