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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • the true facts. Even in regard to the practical side of life these
    • butterfly does not start life as such, but evolves by means of a very
    • frog! The frog starts life as a tadpole with tail and gills, and can
    • life — this fact that on the one side we have a science that
    • spiritual life is being swamped, and the time has now come when we must
    • continue or spiritual life will be completely swamped. Nature, now
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • for in fact, more in human life depends on it than one usually
    • to see, for the fact that the bee lives its life in a perpetual
    • embryonic life. The others, the blood-cells, come into existence
    • life. To do so would be rather like something I will now tell you. It
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • such metals play a certain part in the life of man. As human beings
    • In ordinary life
    • will give you an example from life. Imagine for a moment, that all of
    • life. You reach the hunger-stage, and are obliged to go back to your work.
    • great a part in waking life, whereas the sense of smell for example,
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • now call — vitamin. Vita means life; min
    • “makes life.”
    • — where does the life-giving property of milk come from? and
    • that milk and honey have very great importance in human life; these
    • life.
    • the comical from the vis-comica, and the life-giving power of honey
    • Our whole life
    • this. All life consists in the holding back of death, and when we can
    • in its own body, and in so doing provides its own life-forces. Further
    • them to bear in practical life.
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • cannot take honey are, as a rule, those who in early life have had some
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • any need to be reactionary in the realms of politics, or of life, is
    • life?” “What is best at another time of life?”
    • into this honey which is of so great value to human life. You will best
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • to become fitted for life; they must be fed for a longer period of
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • their modes of life are totally different. Taking our starting point
    • said; “Well, yes, there is a life-substance in the milk, as
    • today, it is no longer so. Plant-life was there, a living plant
    • clouds that had plant-life within them; from the periphery, other
    • life, this has remained behind within the rose leaves and blossoms.
    • body. Whatever you eat during your life time is always transformed
    • the tree stump which no longer has life, formic acid flows in. If the
    • substances such as are usually called life-substances, are highly valued
    • life-substances. If one has deadly nightshade, within it is a poison,
    • speaking, the flowers sicken through the life-substances, and the little
    • and ants are not mere robbers, for in the same moment they bring life to the
    • are essential for the maintenance of life, and of the world.
    • with the lifeless substances of the woods. Even physical science as it
    • in a certain degree they rouse it to life, in this way doing their
    • life. Well may one say that wonder is awakened at the activity of the
    • scientists today, do not tell one so. In life this has certain
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • December 23, one hundred years ago, and whose life time coincides
    • life consists of activity, not of substances, and it is most important
    • to recognise that life does not merely consist of eating cabbages and
    • acid? Oxalic acid is essential for all that has life. Wherever there is
    • life, there is oxalic acid, an etheric body. The etheric body brings
    • of the soul out of the mere life-processes of the lower body where
    • it is given new life. From all this decaying wood that is quickened a
    • the plants, and so works that the earth renews its life.
    • year, gives it each year renewed life. What is beneath the earth
    • longs as seed for the formic acid above, for renewal of its life.
    • Nature can also work in our human and social life. This fir branch
    • are actually images and symbols of what happens in human life. These
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • lectures dealing with the religious life and ideas of ancient peoples
    • the seasons, is all connected with what is necessary in human life.
    • the beginning of his earthly life the human being drinks a substance
    • only in the course of his life that man begins to take in iron with
    • one always knocks one's nose! In life it is not so simple. It
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • lectures dealing with the religious life and ideas of ancient peoples
    • actually gives it life. For the earth is really a living Being; and
    • In the tree it loses its life-giving quality; it becomes
    • fluidic-airy and life springs up in it anew so that around it green
    • flowers. ... Again there is life. You see, in the
    • the sap of life; the wood-sap is dead life-sap. In the stem, life is
    • must say: We have wood-sap, which mounts; then we have life-sap. And
    • again contains life.
    • get life from the damp air: for in the tree the sap is only a
    • chemical, no giver of life. The living sap that circulates,
    • life. And one can really say: When the sap rises in the spring, the
    • spring, every year the tree's life is renewed. The earth
    • earthy-fluidic, the life sap in the fluidic-airy, and the cambium in
    • develops warmth while it takes up life from outside. This warmth goes
    • give the plant life, then the leaves by their warmth produce the gum
    • earth; the life-sap brings the plant into connection with what
    • nothing is gained. We must be clear what parts the sap, the life sap,
    • place in it. The life sap is certainly much thicker, it separates off
    • figures with it. Thus the life sap, more pliable than the wood sap,
    • only you understand that there are three things: wood sap, life sap,
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