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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • personalities, as they work with the ritual, are openly spoken
    • which are of a lower kind than normal when a person is fully
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • among the authoritative personalities, speaking about something
    • a thirty year old person. This must gradually come out of it.
    • described when one says: The person who reads the Words of the
    • moment when a person is lifted up to the divine, and the
    • naive person. Therefore the question can't possibly be raised:
    • meeting makes a great impression on a person today? To have had
    • person. Now something else is added to this. It is something
    • of person he had been in his youth. When one partakes in the
    • actually be led by you in order for that person to be seen
    • quite separated from Anthroposophy? How must that person be? It
    • is like this: When one really grasps what a person is about,
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • to be a sure, broad minded, active person, which you all want
    • However today a person has the feeling when he does something
    • himself. When a person of today says to himself he can be
    • the description which a person as a human-being applies to
    • experiences which need indeed to be concrete personal
    • for people. When one takes what the profane person takes as
    • yourself three times more than an ordinary person, becoming
    • three times more humble than an ordinary person believes
    • when a person tries to experience something in the heights of
    • work together in the whole person:
    • earned the right to call a person a ‘human-being.’ We must
    • English as “a well-meaning person.” Reverso suggests
    • ‘human,’ ‘person’ and ‘man.’
    • ‘individuality’ — the latter indicating a person
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
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    • and every person can say to himself: ‘The Father God is alive
    • you, if you want to come, into an “I” filled person
    • among the country folk. You go there as an educated person

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