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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • earnestness and that one can already say, in a certain sense,
    • sense of the word — work right into our combined
    • sense that people are not immune to the activity buzzing
    • you want to spread the truth people sense your intention and
    • the usual sense; I mention it only as representative of the old
    • forward with the same good sense. Now I will enter into some
    • important things in life make sense externally, but not
    • things infinitely more earnestly than in the normal sense; to
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • sense. This is the wonderful element within the Catholic Church
    • in the broadest sense the sermon, lectures, or preaching in the
    • terminological sense. Nothing can be seen as a problem. Today's
    • out of Austria with sheer nonsense on it, claiming how
    • Emil Bock: In a certain sense there was no confusion in
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • true sense of the word language is so little understood, making
    • himself to be, then one is only starting to sense oneself
    • on the earth's surface. The world's expanse you should sense
    • and you can sense this by placing yourself in some
    • and it is this that you must sense in your breath. Further, you
    • must sense in your breathing that an act of will is the basis
    • sense when you enter with your feeling into the diamond hard
    • Thus you sense the threefold positioning in the cosmos. This is
    • permeate us with spirit and we will sense the presence of
    • an image of it. I sense Christ-God in all my weaving and
    • we are however not in the position to sense the holiness in the
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
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    • dogmatic sense but through arriving at knowledge which indicates
    • understanding the deep sense of the words and the sentence
    • taken in its right sense, was fulfilled for the earth as a
    • different sense as a result of the Mystery of Golgotha. It is
    • combination, you experience it as empty words in which no sense
  • Title: Vom Wesen des wirkenden Wortes: Erster Vortrag
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    • Nun, in Europa scheint das Durchwachsensein mit Drähten
  • Title: Vom Wesen des wirkenden Wortes: Zu den Veröffentlichungen aus dem Vortragswerk Rudolf Steiners
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    • Nun, in Europa scheint das Durchwachsensein mit Drähten

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