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- Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
- Older languages had the other side, the not-yet-being-born,
- both sides — not-yet-being-born and immortality
- he wants to forgo knowledge of not-yet-being-born, because he
- eternity, the not-yet-being-born as well as the immortality of
- Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
- borne into the Spirit indwelling the planetary movements, the Spirit
- the Spheres, and out of the Music of the Spheres is born the plastic
- Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
- borne in mind throughout our present study.
- the harmonies and melodies born from the inter-workings of the
- tongues, speech was born from perception of feeling and of form
- the hope that if love for Eurythmy is born in ever widening circles,
- borne along on the surging waves of speech. To-day we have come to the
- as it is to-day is certainly not born from the life of soul! It is
- which things are born and have their being. During man's passage
- but such a question as: How is one world-epoch born out of another
- relatively soon. We are born of father and mother, our parents again
- born on Earth, he has united himself with the line of generations
- which culminates in the family into which he is born. It is quite
- come to him through being born into a particular family and a
- earthly man is born as Spirit-man out of the Spiritual Cosmos.
- Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
- across the ages from a literature born in the time when mankind was
- Many a time the mood of such a song will have been born from a
- our consciousness is borne out into the universe on the wings of the
- born in the spiritual knowledge that has awakened within us; we shall
- receive it when the smoke rises upward. May that which is borne
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