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  • Title: Whitsuntide in the Course of the Year
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    • sprouting, never leads to consciousness. Consciousness can
    • united with his growth, with all the sprouting and budding
    • more do these budding and sprouting processes meet our eye.
    • sufficient power to oppose the sprouting and budding, and can
    • for reality wherever we see a process of sprouting, budding,
    • of sprouting and budding go forward. Hence it is not correct
    • in summertime, when the earth is budding and sprouting. No!
    • and sprouting processes, we have the sleeping life of the
    • diagrammatically the sprouting, budding life of our nervous
    • sprouting, budding life, for example, of the nervous system,
    • the human life of soul is in truth outside this sprouting,
    • sprouting, let us say, fiery life. Thus were the soul-life to
    • with are budding, sprouting processes of growth which are as
    • and sprouting plant gradually withers and decays; thus the
    • sprouting life. The destructive processes I indicate here by
    • yourself a copy of the red flower by destroying the sprouting
    • sprouting, which arrest processes of growth. What is embedded
    • of.nter over the budding, sprouting summer life, We have to
    • budding; sprouting life of summer where everything buds and
    • sprouting world. It is childish to believe that the
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