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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • which they can't evade. One can think about things that are
    • think as you wish about something (this is irrelevant) but it
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • allowed by those with a scientific way of thinking regarding
    • of thinking which only takes the half, that is, the scientific
    • can't be stopped. Just think how forcefully today intentions
    • Anthroposophy, a basic rethink is necessary which creates a
    • no inkling of the existence of such rethinking and
    • What actually makes a community? A communal thinking and
    • fundamental change in thinking has never existed before, even
    • tends not to think about all the various fields. Perhaps you
    • Catholic Mass as a corpse, which is something unthinkably huge
    • we don't follow the route of thinking?
    • the intellect. Today people stop believing they can think if
    • they don't have the ritual. Stopping thinking is a danger of
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • the experience with the word “thinking,” how many
    • called a “human-being,” he thinks that under all
    • thinking, feeling and willing as an unveiling of her inner
    • obvious, as a level hovering high above and think one can only
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
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    • in many areas. They are approached with intellectual thinking
    • Testament. It is hopeless to think that translations done up to



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