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  • Title: Whitsuntide in the Course of the Year
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    • in summertime, when the earth is budding and sprouting. No!
    • the earth is fully awake. During summer, during the budding
    • earth. The Earth-Spirit sleeps during the summer and during
    • summer, namely, the Christmas festival. On the other handy I
    • during the heat of summer. This festival might be said to
    • of.nter over the budding, sprouting summer life, We have to
    • always summer in our life the spirit could not experience the
    • budding; sprouting life of summer where everything buds and
    • should simply experience summer in man when we look at him
    • summer world; and if the soul remains clairvoyant on
    • look first at summer time, outside us we see in this summer
    • which has its culminating point at Midsummer, for which the
    • summer, livingly with our own soul, we are within the
    • in summer we should take our place consciously in the life of
    • asleep in the heat of summer, because during the universal
    • to keep them awake. If we ourselves sleep during the summer
    • confronts us as summer-life, budding, sprouting life, is EX
    • this ground; when this budding, sprouting life of summer when
    • summer is EX DEO NASCIMUR, so the world in winter; and since
    • to meet the sleep, the summer life, the sleep of the external
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